Piemme is a modern company, leader in the agro-food and liqueur sector, which produces Limoncello, Babà and its specialties respecting tradition.
Piemme was born in 1969 on the initiative of Sorrentine artisans dedicated to the production of lemon-based confectionery specialties and the more traditional Limoncello. Based on this historic recipe, handed down from family to family, and thanks to innovative technological know-how, since 1986 the typical infusion of Sorrento lemon peels, together with babà, has become the product and pride of Piemme.
The passion for territorial traditions and the care for the genuineness of its ingredients pushes Piemme to follow all the phases of the production chain, from the cultivation, harvesting and peeling of the lemon to the infusion and bottling, which take place in the internal laboratory: The process, artisanal but technologically innovative, is followed by the Quality Control Manager, for the selection of excellent products. Equal care is reserved for the production of confectionery specialties, being Piemme among the few companies that can boast an internal pastry laboratory.
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