Where Can I Purchase Amarula Cream Liqueur?

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Where Can I Purchase Amarula Cream Liqueur?
Amarula cream liqueur is from South Africa. (South Africa image by bluefern from Fotolia.com)

Amarula cream liqueur is made from the fruit of the marula tree, which grows only in South Africa. According to the Amarula website, the cream liqueur is now available "in more than 100 countries around the globe."

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History

A clear version called Amarula liqueur was originally produced in South Africa in 1983. In 1989, Amarula cream liqueur, a cream-based version, was released, also in South Africa. Due to its popularity, only Amarula cream liqueur still remains.

Where Can I Purchase Amarula Cream Liqueur?
Liquers are generally used in mixed drinks. (Flüssiges Gold image by Yvonne Prancl from Fotolia.com)

Amarula Cream Liqueur Cocktails

There are a number of cocktail recipes that include Amarula cream liqueur. These include the Springbok, which adds creme de menthe and cream, the Friendship Drink, which adds creme de menthe, and the African Breeze, which adds orange liqueur. Amarula cream liqueur is sweet and so it is used in sweet drinks.

Where Can I Purchase Amarula Cream Liqueur?
Amarula cream liqueur is often mixed with creme de menthe. (buée de menthe image by Jean-Michel POUGET from Fotolia.com)

Where to Purchase

According to their website, Amarula cream liqueur is available all over the world. It is sold in many localised liquor stores and chains. The seller can also be contacted directly from their website.

Where Can I Purchase Amarula Cream Liqueur?
Amarula cream liqueur is available all over the world. (drink image by Mat Hayward from Fotolia.com)

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