In addition to being one of the most beautiful coastal villages in Italy located in the Gulf of Salerno, Amalfi produces exceptional lemons called Limone Costa d'Amalfi which obtained a European PGI in 2001. The presence of lemon trees cultivated on terraces in this area can be seen as early as the beginning of the 11th century.
With a large pointed apex, it has an elongated shape and a generous size. Its rind of average thickness is lemon-yellow in colour. Its pulp is very juicy with a nice acidity. It is straw-yellow in colour and has few seeds. Tasting and usage : Its peel is very fragrant like its flesh and you can eat anything from this citrus fruit. Especially as it does not undergo any treatment before, during and after harvesting.
Use it in cooking or baking, you will love it. Don't hesitate to freeze them to enjoy them all year round, the season is short.