LIQUEUR AMARULA VANILLA 6X1L 15,5°
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LIQUEUR AMARULA VANILLA 6X1L 15,5°

Cod. LIQ0346
Available since 2018, Amarula Vanilla Spice is lighter and more aromatic than the original. Carefully crafted to preserve the rich and distinctive cream liqueur taste of Amarula.
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Tasting notes
Fragrant and creamy Madagascan vanilla and a hint of Nigerian ginger for warm spicy tones.
Consumption tips
Serve as is, chilled over ice, or in exotic cocktails. Try it in a vanilla spiced latte for the ultimate lift.
Recipe LIQUEUR AMARULA VANILLA 6X1L 15,5°
Recipe
VANILLA SPICE LATTE

A spicy cocktail, perfect for Autumn and Winter cosy nights in.

Ingredients:
Whole milk
Amarula Vanilla Spice
Heavy Cream
Ground Cloves
Ground Cadamom
Ground Nutmeg
Black Pepper
Black Tea

Heat milk and remaining ingredients (except for the Amarula Vanilla Spice) in a medium saucepan.
Remove from heat.Cover and steep for 15 minutes.
Strain through a fine-mesh sieve.
Whisk in the Amarula Vanilla Spice.
Drink warm and add froth.
Product history
The story of Amarula is closely intertwined with the summer migrations of majestic African elephants which take them past the wild marula trees of the South African Savannah. This is when the fruit falls, ripe, golden, and delicious beneath the branches of this sacred tree.
In 1983, we initially started bottling a clear spirit from the marula fruit for the general consumer market. However, it was only six years later, in September 1989, that Amarula embarked on its journey to becoming a global phenomenon. This transformation happened with the addition of cream to our recipe, creating a uniquely exotic cream liqueur -the only one made with real marula fruit. This exquisite liqueur is now enjoyed in over 100 countries around the world.
Our enduring connection with the elephants, who revealed the secret of the marula fruit, continues to this day. This special relationship is honouredwith an image of the iconic bull elephant from the Jabulani herd, Sebakwe, featured on the Amarula label.