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Amarula Cream
Amarula Cream dates back to 1989 when it first appeared on the South African market. Since then it has grown into a world leader and today its great taste is enjoyed in more than 160 countries on all continents. Amarula Cream comes from the heart of Africa. Made from the fruit of the indigenous Marula tree.

Held to have aphrodisiac properties, the Marula features prominently in tribal fertility rites. Known in folklore as "The Marriage Tree", even today tribal marriages are conducted under these umbrella shaped trees.

In February and March each year, these trees bear the delicious fruit from which the vitamin-rich juice is collected for processing. Once the fruit is gathered, mostly supplied by the local inhabitants, the kernel is removed and the flesh crushed from the skin. The Marula flesh is then fermented, similar to the wine making process.

After fermentation, the Marula wine is distilled in copper pot stills. After maturation in small oak casks for about two years, the distillate is enriched with pure Marula extract and then blended with the finest and purest cream to form the smooth wild and exotic taste of Amarula Cream. 
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Amarula Cream Gift Pack

Amarula’s gift collection offers a range of beautifully packaged options. Amarula comes presented in an impressive box with two gorgeous glasses, available for around R140.
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Amarula Cream Cocktail Shaker

Some very nifty and attractive Amarula packs including a cocktail shakers that come with a 375ml bottle of Amarula at R99.95.
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Latest Amarula Cream Brand Activity

Amarula steps up on its African elephant conservation effort
Amarula steps up on its African elephant conservation effort
2017-05-08 14:44:00
Amarula release 400 000 bespoke bottles.
Amarula launches global campaign to save African elephants
Amarula launches global campaign to save African elephants
2016-11-03 10:15:59
With less than 400 000 African elephants left and one lost every 15 minutes of every day to ivory poaching, experts indicate that this majestic species will be extinct by 2030! To protect Africa’s heritage and further entrench their commitment to conservation, Amarula has joined forces with Kenyan-based conservation organisation WildlifeDirect, working closely with their CEO Dr Paula Kahumbu.
Amarula Cream Unveils New Shape ‘Jabulani’ Bottle
Amarula Cream Unveils New Shape ‘Jabulani’ Bottle
2016-06-21 10:16:00
Amarula Cream has taken another step towards cementing its reputation as a formidable global competitor with the launch of its new ‘Jabulani’ bottle.
Amarula Trust helps to build Namibia's eco-tourism skills
Amarula Trust helps to build Namibia's eco-tourism skills
2016-03-02 15:40:00
A skills training initiative designed to boost eco-tourism in Southern Africa and combat unemployment has so far exposed 116 students to the demands of field guiding as a career.

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The Three Ships Select, launched in 1977 as South Africa’s first whisky product, has been awarded with a double gold at the 2016 China Wine and Spirits Awards. Andy Watts, master distiller of Three Ships Whisky says it’s incredible that a whisky at such a competitive price point receives such recognition. “If one considers that back in 1977 when we first made this whisky, the South African whisky industry was non-existing. Over the years we have invested in modern technology, created a dedicated barrel policy and refined our own unique style of whisky-making. The brand Three Ships also expanded to include an additional three different whiskies, each with their own style expression and internationally award-winning.”

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Beautiful and bounteous, that is the marula harvest. It lasts for two to three months at most, beginning in January and sometimes extending into March.
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Amarula's celebrating summer
The temperature's up and it is time to tame the summer sizzle with a Mzanzi-style cooler, made with delicious Amarula Gold. Gorgeously aromatic and brimming with clear marula fruit notes, this spirit aperitif just begs to be mixed.
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Amarula glamourises Claire Allen's family pud
Local food fundi Claire Allen has turned up the taste and luxury of a traditional local pudding, by artfully using Amarula Cream and Amarula Gold (her new go-to ingredients for savoury and dessert dishes).
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Amarula gives lamb a roast
Foodie favourite Claire Allen has gone from trad to rad in one simple, super-smart step, giving a new spin to Sunday roast.
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