Newest Review: ... wrapped around the neck. The label shows a picture of an elephant with the word Amarula writ large above it. The bottle does ... more
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by - written on 03/02/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Amarula Christmas just gone I once again had a very large glass of Amarula thrust into my hand. This is my partner's mothers favourite Christmas drink and she always buys a new bottle in every year. The Bottle Amarula comes in a quite unique bottle. This is a thick and solid glass that is a nice velvety chocolate brown colour. The bottle has a slight bulge design at the base and the top where the thin neck starts. On the top of the neck is a screw on cap that is a beige/gold colour. The label of this bottle is again a beige colour to match the cap and there is a big elephant sketch underneath the Amarula branding and the caption 'The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/12 (Very useful, 185 readings)
AmarulA Amurula is a cream based fruit liqueur that comes from South Africa. It is in my humble opinion far nicer than Bailey's cream. Apparently according to the bottle elephants travel for miles to feast on the delicious tasting AmarulA fruit that grows on the amarul tree ( Latin name: Sclerocarya birrea). These delicious fruits are eaten by the elephants and locally they are called the elephant tree as they attract the elephants because of the lovely tasting fruits. The problem with these fruits is that they tend to ferment in the elephants stomachs making them a bit tipsy so after noshing on the fruit it is not a rare sight to see the elephants ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/11 (Very useful, 510 readings)
Amarula is a cream based fruit liqueur from South Africa which is made from the fruit of the marula tree. It may appeal to those who like drinks like Baileys Irish Cream because it's a creamy drink with a warming kick of alcohol, or those who like fruit liqueurs. The marula tree grows only in sub-equatorial areas of Africa and, despite attempts by farmers to cultivate it, it only grows wild; interestingly, the male tree bears the flowers, while the female tree bears the fruit. The marula is an integral part of the culture of the Zulus who regard it as a symbol of fertility and refer to it as the "marriage tree". Whether there's any scientific ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10, updated on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
My (wild?) review of Amarula ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There's no getting round it; I got quite a lot of booze given to me over Christmas, which is slightly odd as I probably only get through 2 or 3 alcoholic drinks on a good week! Gone are my mad days of University gigs in the 90's where the beer would be stacked up to the ceiling in a bubbly tower of crates in our dressing room... ...(and then mysteriously disappear slowly one crate at a time, as the more enterprising students risked a quick sortie into the band dressing room while we were out doing various sound checks -lol! Not that I minded; there was enough alcohol there to give King Kong a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/01, updated on 17/08/01 (Very useful, 810 readings)
There is a half empty liqueur bottle sitting in my drinks cabinet. Well, that’s a lie, it’s actually sitting right beside me now, and it has gone from being ‘quite empty’ to ‘almost completely empty’ whilst I have been doing a bit of research. The contents of the bottle is Amarula and to be fair I have had it for about eight months as I have been saving it and drinking only a little at a time. I have struggled trying not to drink it all and I could easily drink a bottle in a much shorter time!!! So, a bit of factual information and history for you. Amarula is a blend of “natures fresh cream and the mysterious taste of ... Read the complete review
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