Sorrento is a town overlooking the Bay of Naples in Southern Italy. A popular tourist destination, it can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii. Among the important and fruitful traditions handed down through Sorrentine generations, one stands out over the rest: the recipe for Limoncello. This world-famous liqueur made from an infusion of lemon peels and alcohol. Genuine Limoncello is produced from the lemons of Sorrento and its peninsula (many also consider Capri’s groves a valid resource as well). Why? Because the lemons here are quite large and emit a singular, intoxicating perfume; they are an organically-grown. Its colour rests somewhere between yellow and a pale green, depending on how ripe the lemons are. It is served very cold, often after a meal.