Femminello and his brothers

It is the first memory that the Sicilians, far from home, recall to the memory, symbol par excellence of this island-continent: Lemon. An incredibly precious fruit that is a physical bond between its people and its land. Nobody who knows deeply this island, however distant, can never forget the unique, sweet and acrid perfume of the lemon grove and its blossoms.

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Femminello and his brothers

Lemon liqueur

It is a Limoncello of extraordinary purity, the star of Limonio's liqueur production, obtained from the peel of the Sicilian lemon variety "Femminello", grown in the estate of Partinico.

Mulberry Liqueur

The purest flavour of Sicilian Morus Nigra, black mulberries variety, extracted and, literally, bottled. It can be served at room temperature or mixed to create interesting cocktails.

Spice Liqueur

A 32° alc/ vol liqueur obtained from the infusion of oranges and a blend of spices and natural aromas. It can be added to hot beverages such as black tea, herbal teas and even coffee.

Amaro

Made by steeping the peel of bitter oranges, herbs and roots in alcohol, it is best served cold at a temperature between -5 and -8 degrees. Excellent as a pre or after dinner drink.

Cinnamon Liqueur

Precious cinnamon is the key ingredient in the making of this liqueur. Enjoyed both at room temperature or added to hot beverages such as tea, coffee or hot chocolate.

Olive oil

An intensely fruity extra virgin olive oil obtained from the Sicilian variety Cerasuola harvested as soon as the olives change colour and milled the same day.

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Our oil

The olives grown by Limonio belong to the mono-varietal Cerasuola, harvested in the estate's 6 hectare olive grove. It is an extraordinarily fine cultivar native of the province of Palermo.

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Our liqueurs

Lemon liqueur, bay leaf, black mulberry, prickly pear, cinnamon, mandarin, orange, spices, coffee, chocolate and a traditional amaro. Limonio liqueurs are a dream of aromas and flavors.

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