Liquori (liqueurs) are made from myriad fruits and herbs from the region, from finocchio (fennel) to albicocche (apricot). These liqueurs are used typically sipped after a meal, as a digestivo (digestive drinks). The best-known liqueurs here are limoncello and nocino. Limoncello is a sweet, lemon-yellow liqueur created from the skins of IGP-protected lemons that are macerated in alcohol and sugar. Nocino, an inky brown, bittersweet, spiced liqueur, is made from IGP-recognized noci (walnuts) from the Sorrento hills. In summer, green walnuts and husks infused in alcohol for months with cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon for wintertime consumption.


Pasta TomatoesOlive OilVegetables LegumesMozzarellaCheeseAnchoviesTartufo NeroChestnutsHazel NutsFigsTorroneWineLimoncello ____________________________________________________
USA: Wellington, Florida TEL(561)-422-3200  CELL(561)-312-7925
ITALY: Castel San Giorgio (SA) TEL(081)-009-2539  CELL(345)-328-9802 –


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