1500 ml 100-proof vodka, such as Everclear
Sugar syrup (4 cups refined sugar combined with 5 cups water and boiled into a syrup)
While limoncello is native to Italy, it has become popular drink in France, Canada, Australia and the United States. In short, limoncello is available in almost every part of the world. However, there are certain things you can make only at home, vanilla Citrus Cello—a wicked spin off of the limoncello. In addition to lemon zest used in a traditional limoncello recipe, vanilla citrus cello incorporates vanilla and zests of other citrus fruits, and in our case, oranges.
The preparation of vanilla citrus cello includes infusing orange and lemon zests in alcohol. As a result of this process, the oils present in the zests are released into the alchocol, thus providing the liqueur a yellow-orange tint. So what are you waiting for? Read on, make some fantastic vanilla citrus cello and sip away! Do not forget to store some vanilla citrus cello cocktail in a water bottle from Vaya to sip through the day.
Citrus fruits are rich in vitamin C, which boosts immunity, detoxifies the body, and protects the system from free radicals.
Citrus fruits also contain considerable amount of potassium, calcium and magnesium—which are essential for the bones and the brain.
Limoncello also aids digestion when take with or after a meal.
How to make Vanilla Citrus Cello