Amarula Cream is a South African cream liqueur flavoured with the wild berries from the Marula tree. The Marula tree is uncultivated by man and grows on the wide-open plains of Africa. The tree is mainly found in the warm frost-free regions of sub-equatorial Africa. It grows in sandy soil, thrives in drier climates and can withstand long periods of drought. Nonetheless, with minimal rainfall the Marula tree brings forth an abundant crop. After fermentation, the marula "wine" is distilled in copper pot-stills. The young liqueur is then matured in small oak casks for about two years and thereafter enriched with pure marula extract obtained through a special process that captures the unique flavours of the marula in a concentrated form. The final step is blending the liqueur with the finest fresh cream until a smooth consistency is formed. The creaming process is of the highest standard. The result is a rich, soft and stable product; namely, Amarula Cream. Amarula is an exceptionally versatile liqueur. It can be enjoyed neat, on ice, or as cocktail. Citrus-based mixers should however be avoided. Please refer to our delectable latest cocktails for your pure enjoyment. Amarula is gluten-free. To make an AMARULA FINALE: Ingredients: 250ml Amarula Cream, 1/2 litre ice cream, 250ml filter coffee, cooled, 50g chocolate, grated, 40ml chocolate sauce, 50ml cream, whipped, 4 maraschino cherries, (Makes 4) Method:
Into a blender, place the Amarula Cream, the ice cream, coffee and half the grated chocolate. Blend for a few seconds. Swirl the chocolate sauce around the sides of the glasses. Pour the Amarula mixture into each glass. Top with a little whipped cream, the remaining grated chocolate and a maraschino cherry or garnish as desired.
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