One of the classic “Made in Italy” items is Limoncello. Because of the growing demand for this sort of liquor, Zanin began producing liqueur in the 1980s. Zanin relies on the counsel of the old ladies who were present at the time to maintain its original qualities. To this day, it is still prepared using those ancient techniques and the greatest lemons that our peninsula has to offer.
Limoncello Luxury is made by macerating lemon peels in alcohol for around 20 days before adding sugar syrup to the lemon pulp. After combining all of the components, it is refined in stainless steel tanks, filtered at room temperature, and bottled. Before being bottled, Limoncello Cavallina is aged in stainless steel containers for 15 to 20 days. During this time, the rare liqueur’s blend develops to its utmost flavor.
Limoncello Cavallina is served as an after-meal digestif or as a component in sorbets, ice creams, and desserts. It contains 30% volume of alcohol. On the palate, it gives off a sweet soft and velvety taste with a lemon rind aftertaste. On the nose, intensely lemon. Can be served at room temperature or with ice.
Store your unopened bottle upright in a cool, dark place, ideally between 0 and 12°C. Refrigeration is not necessary, but since cream liqueurs are generally consumed cold, the fridge makes for ideal storage. Unopened bottles of cream liqueur have a shelf life of 2 years. Once opened, the bottle should be consumed within six to twelve months.