Limoncello 3195

Some wise person once said “When life gives you lemons… make Limoncello!”. We couldn’t agree more.

Enter, the Limoncello 3195 Project...

We have been inspired by this classic Italian liqueur, especially the uniquely delicious homemade versions that are given as family gifts up and down the country's sunny coastline. So, Boatrocker is setting out to transport this tradition to a different coast and make a Limoncello for locals by locals, using homegrown, unwaxed lemons plucked from the trees of our fellow 3195 legends.

Is your lemon tree bursting with fruit? Fancy swapping lemons for a bottle of Limoncello? 

If you live in the postcode of 3195, you can get involved!


On the weekend of the 10-13 November bring us 5kgs of your freshly picked lemons (which is approx 25 large lemons - note: we will be weighing not counting though). Over the following month, we will produce the finest Limoncello this side of Italy with all of our communal lemons.

In return for every 5kg of your lemons, you will receive a 500ml bottle of Boatrocker 3195 Limoncello, which you can pick up on 11 December at our Limoncello Launch Party.

(If you are unable to collect on this day we will keep the bottle/s aside for you.)

🍋 DROP OFF All Weekend  |  10-13 Nov

- Bring your lemons by any time during Barrel Room opening hours:

Thurs  4pm-10pm  |  Fri  2pm-11pm  |  Sat  12pm-11pm  |  Sun 12pm-6pm

- We'll grab your details and make sure you're invited to the Launch Party where you'll collect your completed Limoncello

🍋 PICK UP Limoncello 3195 Launch Party  |  11 Dec  |  12PM-6PM 

 - Book a table and grab your Limoncello in full Italian style at our Italian Riviera-inspired launch party

- Sip Limoncello cocktails and enjoy tasty Italian treats at a day out that will be fun for the whole family 


Min 5kg of lemons per person

5kg = 1 x 500ml bottle

Contact for larger quantities (ie more than 20kg) -

We do have a few rules! To make limoncello we will be using the skin, so lemons need to be in good condition. Below is a guide to what lemons we can/can't accept.


Rotten skin

Visible insect or skin damage


Major skin scaring

Minor blemish is ok

No wax - so you can't bring supermarket lemons





Bright yellow skin

Must be unwaxed – ie picked fresh from your backyard

Smells nice



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