Limoncello! Limonada with Limoncello and Tequila

Limoncello! Limonada with Limoncello and Tequila

Faith Durand
May 26, 2008

Limoncello is a heavenly concoction made up (of course) by Southern Italians. It's blessedly simple: take the peel off a bunch of lemons, steep them with sugar syrup in a bottle or two of grain liquor for a few months, uncork and drink.

We like ours straight or cut with just a little soda water, but here's a twist: limoncello with tequila.

This recipe comes from Corzo Tequila, like the one in our earlier roundup of basil cocktails with strawberry and lemon. This cocktail would pack quite a punch, we think.

CORZO Limonada

makes 1 serving, but is easily adapted to the pitcher

2 parts CORZO Silver
1 part limoncello
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1 teaspoon simple syrup
Club soda

Shake CORZO Silver, limoncello, lemon juice and simple syrup and pour over ice in a chilled glass.Top with club soda. Garnish with lemon wheel.

Related: Seasonal Recipe Spotlight: Limoncello

(Image: CORZO)

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