How to make Limoncello
In Italian supermarkets you can buy bottles of 95% proof alcohol, which the locals use to produce all sorts of infused liqueurs. Almost any kind of fruit is suitable (and even herbs such as rosemary or basil), but limoncello, known outside of Italy also as lemoncello, the liqueur made from lemons, is the most common. Every family has its own recipe. This one was given to me by Michelina, a friend from Sorrento, and was devised by her grandmother.
95% proof alcohol