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9. Limoncello Di Sorrento Pgi

Limoncello End of meal par excellence, the limoncello it is a liqueur that has crossed national borders and now boasts admirers all over the world. The ingredients are few and simple: we are in fact talking about a liqueur that is obtained frominfusion of lemon peels in alcohol, to which one is added syrup prepared with water and sugar. So easy to make that it is also the most replicated liqueur at home. It goes without saying that the difference between one product and another is made by the quality of the raw materials: real limoncello is made with lemons coming exclusively from the Sorrento Peninsula and surrounding areas. More precisely, with the “Sorrento girlie”, said oval Sorrento PGI lemon.  ...

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7. Lemon Marmalade!

Lemon Marmalade Lemon jam is a particular jam, with simultaneously sweet, acidic and bitter notes. Its preparation requires attention and some care for its success. Jam and not jam: jams must be distinguished from jams, in fact there are very specific rules in this regard. The jam is obtained from pulp, puree, juice, aqueous extracts and citrus peels. While jams are defined only as those preparations that are made with all types of fruit that are not citrus fruits. Lemon jam is certainly excellent for spreading on buttered bread, but also suitable for filling tarts and desserts. It is delicious with mature cheeses or ricotta. The secrets to making good lemon jam The delicate balance of a perfect lemon jam...

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6. Sorrento Pgi Lemon!

DESCRIPTION The Sorrento Lemon PGI is a fresh citrus fruit of the Citrus limon L., Burmann species, in the local ecotype Ovale di Sorrento also known as Massa Lubrense or Massese Lemon. PRODUCTION AREA The production area of ​​Limone di Sorrento PGI includes part of the territory of the municipalities of Vico Equense, Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Sant'Agnello, Sorrento, Massa Lubrense, Capri and Anacapri, in the province of Naples, in the Campania region. PRODUCTION METHOD The cultivation generally used is terracing, with the plants incorporated into retaining walls. The cultivation method is free-pot, adapted to a suitable covering system. The trees are in fact grown under the so-called Sorrento pergola, i.e. special scaffolding made up of poles, preferably made of...

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