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Liqueur: Amarula Cream

From tree to bottle, it takes over two years to create each bottle of Amarula Cream Liqueur. The key ingredient, the marula fruit, is considered one of Africa's botanical treasures. This exotic fruit, harvested by hand, gives Amarula its distinctive taste and smooth, rich texture. The tree grows naturally across sub-equatorial Africa and this is where the magical Amarula story starts.

Size: 750mL

Proof:  34 (17% ABV)

Origin:  South African

Distillery: Amarula

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This rare tree cannot be cultivated and the marula fruits are only selected when they are perfectly ripe and yellow. The mash from the fruit then travels 2,000kms to the cellar in Stellenbosch. The fruit is made into a wine and then double-distilled and left to mature in oak barrels for two years, before being blended with fresh cream.

Amarula Cream Liqueur Tasting Notes

Nose: Toasted fig bread, spiced chocolate pistachio toffee, tres leche cake, and creme brulee.

Palate: Same as aromas with notes of sarsaparilla with spumoni gelato, pink peppercorn, hint of bitter bark and roots, and honeyed espazote.

Finish: An interesting, lightly herbal aged rum that will be fun in creative cocktails like an amaro daiquiri.

Distillery Information

Amarula is a cream liqueur from South Africa. It is made with sugar, cream and the fruit of the African marula tree (Sclerocarya birrea) which is also locally called the Elephant tree or the Marriage Tree. It has an alcohol content of 17% by volume. It has had some success at international spirit ratings competitions, winning a gold medal at the 2006 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

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