Rossi D’Asiago Limoncello

By / Wine + Drinks / December 8th, 2009 / 1

Rossi D’Asiago’s lemon liqueur is surprisingly bitter (which is a compliment when it comes to amaro) although this is mitigated by a streak of icing sugar sweetness. There is no actual lemon juice so it is not sour — the flavour comes from lemon zest, giving it a refreshing citrus pop. This is the only amaro that really suits tonic water and ice: the resulting cocktail is perhaps the best consolation for a hot summer afternoon.


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