Confessions of a Mixologist: Luce Del Sol
Luce Del Sol is Italian for sunlight - and this cocktail reminds us of just that. It is full of lemon candy and floral flavors. The amaro adds a light bitterness that is just enough to round out the sweetness of the Limoncello. Best enjoyed as a post-dinner treat.
Luce Del Sol
- 2 oz Limoncello
- 1 oz Amaro
- 3 dashes Dr. Adam Elmegirab's Spanish Bitters
Shake and strain in a coupe. Garnish with a lemon peel.
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