Italian lemon cultivators are known for their attention to detail, and the production of this aromatic drink has its roots in the Amalfi Coast and Sorrentine Peninsula in southern Italy. Lemons with brilliant yellow rinds, intense fragrances, sweet flesh, and balanced acidity are commonly used in limoncello due to their delicious taste and aroma. Serving limoncello straight into a shot glass, chilled to the core, is the way to enjoy it. In comparison to room temperature limoncello, those served at freezing temperatures are thicker and more syrupy. Due to its rapid heating, it is best to serve it in small portions, such as in shot glasses.
The strength of Limoncello Shot is 5 out of 10.
The estimated calories of Limoncello Shot is 154 per serving.
The time it takes to create Limoncello Shot is 2 minutes.
Required Bar Tools
- Bar Spoon
- Cordial Glass
Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)
- 2 blocks of ice
Steps to Make Limoncello Shot
- Prepare the cordial glass by placing two blocks of ice and stirring it till it crisply turns the glass cold.
- Discard the ice and pour the limoncello into the cordial, serve.