Caravella Orangecello was recently launched in 2002 building upon the world-leading sales of the Sperone Family's limoncello. It is made with the same recipe: sugar, Italian oranges, and grain alcohol. They suggest mixing in champagne or other classic cocktails calling for orange liqueurs (like triple-sec).The Sperone family's limoncello recipe is known to Europeans and Americans alike as Caravella Limoncello, the number one-selling limoncello in the United States. Named after a restaurant in Amalfi, Caravella Limoncello's production is overseen by both Paolo Sperone and his brother Antonio, who ensure just the right combination of green (unripe) and yellow lemons are used to give Caravella its distinctive taste and aroma. Creating successful spirits recipes runs in the family. In the 20s, Paolo's paternal grandfather, Giacomo, created a special recipe of herbs to enhance the flavor of the vermouth he bottled to sell at the family's small group of spirits stores in Turin. The distilling business grew until World War II, when bombs destroyed the distillery. The family relocated to Milan where they rebuilt the business to become the third largest vermouth producer in Italy. In the 80s, they began bottling Caravella Limoncello and sharing the century-old family recipe with people everywhere. Today the Sperone family business includes 50 employees and a small winery that produces Piedmont and sparkling wines. The family business motto, created by founder Giacomo Sperone, is "In business, be fair and follow quality. In the long run, you will win."