CelloVia Coconut Lime

Made with Persian lime rinds, it’s not a traditional limoncello, but it’s delicious nonetheless. Straw-colored and bright in the glass, it’s slightly sweet and bursting with lemongrass and fresh lime peel.

K.N. Published 4/1/2015


CelloVia Cherry Lime

This nontraditional ’cello is made with Persian limes and three different kinds of cherries. It has a surprising rosy hue and is relatively light bodied, offering sweet, juicy stone fruit and a spiced, warming finish.

K.N. Published 4/1/2015


CelloVia Blood Orange Vanilla

Orange rinds furnish a gentle, cloudy yellow hue and mild aroma for this limoncello riff. It’s big and sweet on the palate, showing grapefruit, lemon and a touch of vanilla on the long finish.

K.N. Published 4/1/2015


CelloVia Blueberry Lavender Limoncello

Ruddy and slightly cloudy in the glass, this tasty, fruit-forward sipper offers cherry and cinnamon, with a fleeting floral hint. Made with lemon rinds, wild blueberries and fresh lavender buds.

— K.N. Published 4/1/2015


CelloVia Grapefruit Kaffir Lime Leaf

Sweet and viscous, this limoncello variation is a cloudy, light yellow hue. Flavors show plenty of grapefruit plus a faint coconut aftertaste, suggesting tropical drink variations.

— K.N. Published 4/1/2015

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CelloVia Meyer Limoncello

Made with Meyer lemon, this American riff on limoncello is light yellow and cloudy in the glass and viscous on the palate. Providing plenty of citrus-peel aromas, the flavor mingles orange and lemon, finishing long with white pepper and ginger sparks.

— K.N. Published 4/1/2015

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88 points

CelloVia Meyer Limoncello

2012

86 points

CelloVia Raspberry Limoncello

2012

88 points

CelloVia Blueberry Lavender

2012