Unique to the Amalfi coast, Sfusato lemons are prized and in excessive demand for the depth of their taste and serves as the principle ingredient in Pallini Limoncello, which we final reviewed in 2009. We just lately sampled the flagship expression in Pallini’s vary together with two further flavors, proper in time for the heatwave of the mid-summer months.
Pallini Limoncello Liqueur (2021) – Extremely heavy on sweetness; the physique threatens to turn into overly syruped however dials it again on the palate. The fruit is most positively current, however the sugar retains it from actually reaching its potential. There’s an absence of sharpness that could be a hallmark of limoncello; this doesn’t go away a lot of a clear feeling on the end. It really works nicely as a mixer, although. Particularly with some soda water and mint over ice. B [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]
Pallini Peachcello White Peach Liqueur (2021) – It’s peachy. Simply straight by way of from begin to end. There’s a faint caramel notice that makes a slight look in the direction of the end, however apart from that it’s simply peaches. By itself that is far too overpowering with sweetness that it turns into burdensome. That mentioned, it’s incredible in a Bellini, and would most likely work simply as nicely in a Fuzzy Navel or different cocktail requiring a burst of peach. (See additionally our peach liqueur roundup.) B- [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]
Pallini Raspicello Raspberry Liqueur (2021) – Very similar to the Peachcello, this liqueur bursts with surly notes of raspberry. Very sugary, dense raspberry jam which, if consumed straight and in massive portions, takes on a medicinal character at first, however then simmers down into black currant and blackberry territory. This is smart, for Pallini integrates black chokeberries into the spirit to present the flavour a bit extra complexity. Works extremely nicely with in small portions with a pleasant brick of darkish chocolate. B+ [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]
every $25 / limoncellopallini.com