Fruit liqueur - Limoncello - Amaretto
The fruit liqueurs, and in particular the famous limoncello, are obtained from the infusion of fruits (whole or peels) into alcohol. Refreshing when they are drunk fresh, they are also good digestive drinks.
The typical italian fruit liqueur is limoncello, made from the infusion of lemon peels into alcohol. It should be drunk cold as an after-meal. The most renowned limoncello is the limoncello of Sorrento produced in the Sorrento Peninsula (near Naples) out of natural IGP Sorrento lemons. Other fruit liqueurs are amaretto, obtained from the infusion of almonds into alcohol, which is best consumed at room temperature, and nocino orwalnut liqueur obtained from the infusion of walnut stain into alcohol, which is the speciality of the Modena region. One can also mention some typical Aosta Valley liqueurs such as chestnut liqueur or wild rose liqueur.
In this section, Yndella offers a wide selection of the best fruit liqueurs to meet all your needs : limoncello, nocino or walnut liqueur, amaretto, mandarin liqueur, raspberry liqueur, blueberry liqueur, chestnut liqueur, blackurrant liqueur or crème de cassis, peach liqueur, pear liqueur and special liqueurs made of grappa and fruits. Moreover, one can find a selection of refreshing and thirst-quenching fruits punch and rum-based punch, to drink in summer in any festive occasion.
The origin of Alchermes is probably Arab. It is made from alcohol, sugar, rose water, oranges and several spices. This particolar liquor, with its exceptional aroma and colour is very useful to make special desserts and cakes.
Disaronno is the most sold Italian liqueur in the world. It has a particular amber colour and a limitless taste. It can be drunk pure or with ice.
The Amaretto Saint-Roch is a liqueur with a moderate alcohol content to drink as a digestif. It is produced in the Aosta Valley by the oldest distillery in the region.
Aperol was created in 1919 in Padova following an idea of the Brothers Barbieri company. The novelty lies in offering an aperitif with a only 11 degree alcohol content. Aperol is made according to a secret recipe containing bitter orangers, cinchona, gentian, rhubarb and other herbs and roots.
The limoncello, or liqueur of Sorrento, is obtained from the infusion of the peels of lemon in alcohol. Only natural lemons from Sorrento are used to produce this liqueur.
The "Crème de marrons Ottoz" is a liquor with low alcohol content and a pleasantly sweet flavor. It is made of chestnut cream.
The "Crème de Framboises Ottoz" is a liquor with low alcohol content and a pleasantly sweet flavor. It is made of raspberry juice.
The "Crème de Myrtilles Ottoz" is a liquor with low alcohol content and a pleasantly sweet flavor. It is made of blueberry juice.
The "Crème de Noix Ottoz" is a liquor with low alcohol content and a pleasantly sweet flavor. It is made of the extracts of walnut husks.
The "Liqueur de Pêches Ottoz" is a liquor with low alcohol content and a pleasantly sweet flavor. It has the fresh taste of peaches.