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- Limoncello (Italian pronunciation: [limonˈtʃɛlːo]) is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, especially in the region around the Gulf...
- Pallini Limoncello is a brand of traditional Italian lemon-flavored liqueur known as limoncello. It is produced in Italy by Pallini S.p.A. a family-owned...
- Villa M****a (30% alc/vol) is a brand of limoncello (sweet lemon liqueur) produced in the Sorrento peninsula of the region of Campania, Italy. The production...
- Italian-Spanish actress and model, perhaps best known for her roles in Limoncello, Canciones de amor en Lolita's Club and Física o Química. Miriam Giovanelli...
- also known as Sorrento lemons or Sfusato Lemons. Villa M****a Limoncellobrand of limoncello produced in the Sorrento Peninsula of Italy Limonana – type...
- ingredients to create a mermaid mule. Limoncello can be added to the standard Moscow mule ingredients to create a Limoncello mule. George Sinclair's 2007 article...
- Lichido (vodka, cognac, lychee and guava essences, and white peach juice) Limoncello (lemon liqueur) Manzana verde (green apple) Maraschino (cherry) Medronho...
- Daily Telegraph, in which she mentioned she was starting her own brand of limoncello. Dell'Olio aimed to start her new company through crowd funding investment...
- a micron. Smaller droplets, in order of 100 nanometers, were found in Limoncello. Using dynamic light scattering, Sitnikova et al. showed that the droplets...
- Sambuca, Chartreuse, Grand Marnier, Jägermeister, Irish Mist, Kahlúa, limoncello, Herbs de Majorca, Beirão, Uni****, Underberg, Fernet-Branca, Mirto, Malort)...
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