My sister gave some of her homemade limoncello. I taste a tablespoon of it and straightaway I know her limoncello don’t have any alcohol in it. I have added orange liqueur to it.
Google: “Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, especially in the region around the Sorrentine Peninsula and the coast of Amalfi. It is the second most popular liqueur in Italy and is traditionally served chilled as an after-dinner digestivo.”
“Moscato Rosa is a red-skinned member of the Muscat family. It is most commonly found in northeast Italy, particularly in the alpine Trentino-Alto Adige region, where it lends its name to a handful of DOC titles. Moscato Rosa is generally used to make sweet wines through a variety of means, and these are commonly highly aromatic, with notes of sweet spice, berryfruit, and rose aromas as suggested in the variety’s name.”
“Orange liqueur is a sweetened distilled spirit that is flavoured with oranges. The production methods used vary by brand and style. Orange liqueurs may use a base that is a neutral grain spirit (similar to vodka), rum, or brandy.”
I bought a bottle of Moscato Rosa, so, I decided to use my sister limoncello with my orange liqueur and Moscato Rosa. Since Halloween is coming up, I managed to get the spooky eyes. Glad I tried making this drink. My drink has a tart, citrusy, crunchy, sweet taste and looks spooky. Let’s try creating a spooky drink!!!
3 oz Moscato Rosa
1 oz limoncello
1 oz orange liqueur
1/2 oz raspberry frizzy drink or club soda
2 strawberries, remove stem and cut two tiny bit out, for eyes
1 strawberry, stem removed and cut half a bit, decoration
4 eyes chocolate
Make sure you have ice cubes. Fill wine glass with ice cubed. Pour Moscato rosa, limoncello, and orange liqueur. Stir. Garnish with blueberries and strawberries with eyes, pushing them down and a strawberry clip to the glass. Enjoy it with spooky cake.
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