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Limoncello is a lemon liquor mainly produced in the Campania region (Naples’ area, the Sorrento Peninsula, the Amalfi Coast and the islands of ProcidaIschia and Capri). Nobody knows when and where it was created: most people believe it came from the island of Capri in the early 1900s where Maria Antonia Farace had a lush lemon garden. After WWII, Maria’s grandson opened a bar, and the specialty was his nonna’s lemon liquor. It was such a success that his son, Massimo Canale, registered the trademark and opened a small factory (more)

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