When you open the top of this bottle it looks like you need to break a hard plastic cap. You don’t, it’s actually a very handy pour spout that makes pouring very smooth. A nice touch. The color is a golden yellow, the darkest yellow of the commercial brands I’ve tested.
The aroma is very close to what my own batches smell like, alcohol and lemon oils. The flavor has a potent lemon kick and it has a heavy mouth feel relative to other brands. The alcohol content is on the low end at 27% (54 proof).
There are several off flavors and overall this probably has the most complex flavor of the commercial brands. There is a nice even heat on the finish. Overall not a bad limoncello but you can only have a shot of it, it’s the cheesecake of limoncellos in terms of richness of flavor.