This Amalfi Martini Limoncello is a delicious and easy limoncello martini recipe made with gin.We are huge fans of citrus, so a limoncello gin cocktail is a perfect beverage for you. This Amalfi Martini Limoncello is great with gin because it provides a subtle earthy balance behind the lemon.
You never feel more like an old-school Hollywood actor than when you're drinking a Manhattan. I hemmed and hawed about changing the name of this drink, but I decided it's too classic. You need to know what you're getting.What you're getting is all the classic balance of the alcohol punch against a bit of sweetness. You're also gaining the lighter and hazier appearance of the limoncello, making for a distinctive twist on the standard Manhattan.
Limoncello Moscow Mules are a fun twist on the classic mule. Substitute fresh lemons for limes and add some limoncello. Very refreshing for warm summer nights or just anytime you are in a celebratory mood!
Strawberry Mexican Mules are a spin on the traditional mule recipe. Muddle some strawberries and mint, and substitute tequila for vodka. Use fruit flavored ice cubes for a sweeter cocktail!
This Limoncello Spritz Cocktail is a play on a Mojito, a classic cocktail that originates from Havana, Cuba! The origins of this drink are cloudy: some say it was invented in the 1500’s, others claim the 1800’s with the birth of the Bacardi rum company. Its place as an iconic cocktail was solidified by the 1930’s when Ernest Hemingway helped to popularize it.
This sweet, sour, refreshing Limoncello Margarita is a Mexican classic with an Italian makeover! Made with no lemonade concentrate, just simple ingredients.
This vibrant summer cocktail mixes fresh raspberry juice with Limoncello Cocktails and vodka to make a sweet-tart drink that's perfect for warm weather sipping. Serve it straight up as a raspberry limoncello martini, or pour it over ice along with club soda for a drink that's sparkling and light. Best of all, you'll only need 5 ingredients and a few minutes to make it happen!