Luigi Aceto – lemon farmer


A unique combination of constant sun, cooling mediterranean breeze, and rich volcanic soil add up to the ideal atmospheric conditions for cultivating the world’s most fragrant, delicious lemons.

Lemon’s mean everything to me. I was conceived, born and raised in a lemon grove.
– Luigi Aceto


With their vivid yellow, perfumed skins, Amalfi lemons are packed with the essential oils that make the difference between a standard limoncello and a drink which is nothing short of transcendent.









Chase Distillery


Chase is a family owned, single estate distillery, creating fine spirits since 2008 from the produce grown on their farm in Herefordshire.

It’s fun seeing the raw materials we grow on our farm turned into products sold in some of the world’s top retailers and bars. – Harry Chase.


They use a bespoke, handcrafted copper batch pot to distil their award-winning vodka, with every bottle they produce filled and sealed by hand.









Pizza Pilgrims


Pizza Pilgrims started with a pilgrimage across Italy to learn about the perfect pizza. They have now replicated this quest – on the search for great lemons, spirits and limoncello recipes.

Great pizza is all about quality and simplicity – and it is the same with Limoncello. We have searched long and hard to find the best lemons, and the best spirit, to make Pococello a great product. – Thom & James Elliot









Terrone & Co.


Edy Piro was born in Salerno, the last town of the Amalfi Coast, but has lived in London for over ten years.

Every bottle of Pococello has been carefully crafted following my mum’s recipe, it made me really proud receiving her seal of approval – Edy Piro


He has a fantastic passion for Italian products (from Vespas to limoncello) which led him to start his own coffee brand in 2011. He is now the only Italian speciality producer who roasts his own beans in Italy – and he has now turned his famous attention to detail to the intricacies of limoncello.