This lemony libation from Venice is a drink of all trades. A Sgroppino can be served as a pre-dinner refresher (aperitivo), a mid-meal palate cleanser (intermezzo), or a post-prandial sipper (digestivo). It’s traditionally made with vodka, but here lemon-infused Malfy gin gives it a citrusy boost and added complexity. The combination of barely melted sorbet and bubbly Prosecco creates a drink that’s creamy in texture and highly refreshing.
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Produced in a family-run distillery near Turin, Italy, Malfy is distilled with an intense infusion of lemons from Sicily and the Amalfi coast, among its classic gin botanicals. It makes an awesome G&T!
Disaronno claims the recipe for this iconic liqueur goes back to 1525! Sweet and as smooth as satin, it derives its almond flavour from apricot kernels and various herbs — there are no nuts involved.
Lemons, sugar and alcohol — the simple ingredients in limoncello, which some have called Italy’s national drink. Rossi d’Asiago’s intense version has the aroma and taste of pure lemon zest.