The multi award-winning Amarula Cream hails from the humble marula fruit in Phalaborwa, South Africa, and is now sold in over 100 countries worldwide. Made from the delicious Marula fruit of sub-Equatorial Africa, the Amarula spirit is distilled and aged in French oak for two years, before it is then blended with velvety cream to create the smooth taste of Amarula. Best savoured over ice, this indulgent, one of a kind liqueur will be a hit on the Christmas dinner table.
The Amarula Heartland is nestled in the lush Limpopo bushveld. The Amarula Lapa brings visitors from far and wide to enjoy an African feast, traditional storytelling – and of course Amarula – beneath a blanket of stars. Here, in this truly African setting, you can experience the exotic taste of the Marula fruit before discovering the unique journey it takes to get to the bottle. Containing four times the vitamin C than the average orange, the Marula is a succulent fruit with a citrus tang and a creamy, nutty taste that translates beautifully into a cream liqueur.
How to enjoy Amarula
If you’re looking for something extra special this holiday season you can’t go wrong with Amarula Cream, best served simply on the rocks to fully enjoy its complex flavours. Amarula can also be added to a range of drinks, including the brand’s signature cocktail, Amarula Coco. Refreshing and easy to make, Amarula Cream and coconut water are shaken over ice, creating an Authentic African taste sensation. You can also treat yourself by putting it in your coffee, or try adding it to a curry or mushroom sauce for a rich, flavoursome kick. Be adventurous and add it to your hummus, or try making a sumptuous Amarula trifle, mousse or pancakes. The possibilities really are endless with this versatile cream liqueur.
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