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Limoncello is an Italian liqueur made from lemon zest. It?s mainly produced in Southern Italy, particularly in Sorrento, Capri, and along the Amalfi Coast. Traditionally, limoncello is made with Femminello St. Teresa lemons, a vibrant lemon variety native to the Sorrento Peninsula of Italy. The liqueur is served chilled in small ceramic glasses as an ap?ritif or digestif (a drink served before or after a meal) to aid in digestion. Limoncello is made by steeping lemon zest (peels) in highly concentrated ethanol or vodka until oil is released, then mixing the resulting yellow liquid with simple syrup. Its alcohol content varies?especially among homemade varieties?but is usually measured somewhere in the 25-30% range.