#FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions – Amarula Made from Africa

Amarula is a premium spirit with an exotic natural taste, made from the fruit of the sacred Marula tree that grows wild and uncultivated in the subequatorial regions of Africa. The Marula fruits are handpicked by local communities before being naturally fermented and distilled in copper pot stills. The spirit is then matured for 2 years in aged oak barrels, which imparts the wood spice characteristics of vanilla and caramel into the spirit liquid. These distinctive flavours are naturally enhanced by the addition of cream, to create a rich and velvety smooth taste. Each bottle is a piece of Africa, made to be savoured.



COLOUR AND TASTE Light caramel colour. Rich and velvety smooth taste with hints of vanilla and caramel and the exotic, natural Marula fruit.

SHELF LIFE  Store between 5°C – 25°C  (41°F – 77°F) for 24 months. Consume within 6 months after opening.


Distinctive, well rounded and creamy in texture and taste and versatile in terms of mixability. Enjoy neat, with ice, infused in cocktails, or added to hot drinks like coffee, tea and hot chocolate.


A M A R U L A  C O C O  D E L I C I O U S  S I M P L I C I T Y 


Picture yourself on a white sandy African beach. The sun gently caresses your face as you adjust your sunglasses to get a better view of the waves. You then take a sip of your cocktail, a refreshing blend of two of the continent’s most delicious ingredients.

Amarula Coco is Amarula’s signature cocktail that is exotic in taste, easy to make and refreshing. Ingredients sourced directly from Africa, like Amarula and fresh coconut water, are shaken on ice to create a delicious and uniquely African fusion of flavours. This recipe booklet will guide you in making your very own cocktails, inviting you to enjoy an authentically African taste experience.



R EC I P E ( S E RV E S 1 )

• 1 part Amarula Cream

• 1 part coconut water

• Crushed ice

In a cocktail shaker, mix Amarula with coconut water and shake on crushed ice. Pour the refreshing mix into a martini glass and serve chilled.


A M A R U L A  C O C O  J A Z Z  I T  U P 

R EC I P E ( S E RV E S 2 )

• 1 cup Amarula Cream

• 1 cup coconut water

• ½ cup coconut cream

• 1 tbsp African Fynbos honey

• 1 Madagascan vanilla pod

• 1 coconut, cut in half for serving

• Dark chocolate shards

• A few blocks of ice (enough to achieve a slushie consistency)

Put the Amarula Cream and coconut water mix into a blender with ½ cup coconut cream, 1 tbsp African Fynbos honey, and the seeds from 1 Madagascan vanilla pod and ice.

Blend until smooth. Pour the icy mixture into two coconut halves. Top with shards of dark chocolate, fresh mint leaves and a paper umbrella.


Media release provided by Carrie Rotenberg, Your Brand Integrated Marketing Communications Inc. Images and tasting notes courtesy of Amarula. I received a complimentary bottle of Amarula in order to facilitate this feature.

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