Liquore di mirtillo, also known as blueberry liqueur, is a traditional Italian liqueur that can be found in the Campania region of Italy. This delicious liqueur is made from the infusion of blueberries in alcohol, resulting in a sweet and fruity flavor. It is commonly produced in towns and communes such as Sorrento, Amalfi, and Positano, which are known for their rich culinary traditions.

One popular recipe for liquore di mirtillo involves combining fresh blueberries with alcohol, sugar, and water. The mixture is then left to infuse for several weeks, allowing the flavors to meld together. After the infusion period, the liqueur is strained and bottled, ready to be enjoyed as a digestif or used in cocktails and desserts.

The production of liquore di mirtillo in Campania is recognized and protected by the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Products) recognition. This certification ensures that the liqueur is made using traditional methods and ingredients, preserving its authenticity and quality. The specific specifications for liquore di mirtillo may vary slightly depending on the town or commune of production, but the use of blueberries and alcohol as the main ingredients remains consistent.

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