The traditional Limoncello of Sorrento is produced by Villa Massa using an old family recipe.
The real Limoncello of Sorrento is in fact produced using lemons grown only in one of the towns of the Sorrentine Peninsula, and in the island of Capri.
Limoncello (also known as Limoncino) is a sweet lemon liqueur born, according to tradition, at the end of the nineteenth century, as an alcoholic beverage made by expertly blending lemonds, sugar and alcohol.
The geographic origins of limoncello, a typical enogastronomical product from the Campania region, were lost among different traditions.
Limoncello is usually served at the end of lunch or dinner, almost like the social ritual of drinking coffee.