Agrumia Limoncello Liqueur 50cl

Agrumia Limoncello Liqueur is obtained from the infusion of the peels of the typical lemon of the Amalfi coast (I.G.P. “Sfusato” Amalfi lemon), this Limoncello is a fresh and tasty handmade liqueur, that can be enjoyed either alone or as an accompaniment to dessert, gelato, fruit salad or in the preparation of pastry cream and sauces.

The King of Limoncello. Not all "limoncello" are the same. And not all lemons are right for making this sublime liqueur.  Agrumia Handmade Limoncello Liqueur only with lemons from the Amalfi Coast.

Once the bottle has been opened, it should be kept in the refrigerator or freezer, together with the serving glasses.


Hydroalcoholic infusion of lemon peel from the Amalfi Coast I.G.P. Protected Geographical Indication (lemons used 400g/litre finished product), sugar.

Alcohol strength: 25%

Recommended use:

After meal digestive, and a great dessert, or meditation liqueur.

Agrumia does not sell any alcoholic beverages to individuals who are not 18 years old, and by placing an order, you warrant and represent to us that you are at least 18 years of age.

On every order made of two bottles of any liqueur from our range, you will get a free handcrafted Limoncello Cup. Made with natural clay, hand painted by our pottery artist Luca.

SIZE: Approximately 6 cm tall x 5 cm wide.

Each piece is individually crafted with the “Agrumia” script in the back, depicts a yellow lemon, with light green leaves on a white background in the front. A ring of light red surrounds both the top and the bottom of each cup.


★ Agrumia Reviews

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31 reviews
Our Italian condiment essential

Excellent service and speedy delivery.

Not yet tried but it looks good.

Colatura di Alici

I really love this, I think ithe traditional pasta recipe is fantastic. One day I will go to Cetera to see how it is made. It comes very well packaged.


Great, fast service as always. Love the little snack surprises in each parcel. Thank you.


Soft, silky but firm too - each one a little cushion of wonder! I wondered what all the fuss was about. Now I know. Pasta is not just pasta.