Saluti to all Italian liqueur lovers. A delightful new Limoncello Di Capri Cream has just been launched in the UK in time for Christmas.
Produced by Molinari, the liqueur is a smooth, silky cream drink which balances the typical tartness of the lemons with a warming texture.
It’s just the drink to have during the festive time and priced at £16, it is a great buy for entertaining.
The Limoncello Di Capri original and cream liqueurs are made on the Italian Amalfi coast from the protected Sorrento lemons, the ingredient which gives the drink its popular zingy flavour.
As you indulge, the taste of zest of lemons, accompanied by the sweetness of the delicate cream, comes through, an incredibly moreish combination.
The all year round drink can be enjoyed neat over ice but is also an important addition to cocktails and can be used to pep up puddings.
Nick Gillett, managing director of the liqueur’s distributer Mangrove Global said:
“We love a cream liqueur here in the UK, especially in the colder months where we get a little more indulgent in our drinking habits. So, Limoncello Di Capri Cream is hitting our shelves at exactly the right time.
“With the rise in home entertaining and even cocktail making, it’s a bottle that can be enjoyed neat or mixed into adventurous new cocktails to level up your serve.”
Richard Glover, Area Export Manager for Molinari said:
“Here in the UK, we love Italian spirits and liqueurs. And this love affair will undoubtedly continue when customers take their first sip of Limoncello Di Capri Cream.
“The warming citrus and sweet, rich cream are perfectly suited for day or night tipples and promise to transport you to Italy’s dramatic Southern coastline.
Equally as delicious as the original Limoncello di Capri, this is a new way for customers to enjoy the sun-fuelled, pleasure filled flavour of Southern Italy. It’s set to become a household favourite.”
Limoncello Di Capri Cream RRP: £16.00 for 50cl. ABV: 19%, and is available from Amazon.
Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.
Photograph courtesy of Molinari