Amarula – Made from African Marula Fruit

The exotic marula fruit is found only on the sub-Saharan plains of Africa, where it grows in the wild for just a few weeks a year, luring animals with its irresistible sun-ripened scent.
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Amarula Cream and Amarula Gold are crafted from unique marula fruit only found in sub-Saharan Africa. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream and Amarula Gold are crafted from unique marula fruit only found in sub-Saharan Africa. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream, crafted from the marula fruit, captures the fruit’s naturally imparted wood spice characters of vanilla and toast, in a creamy velvety blend. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream, crafted from the marula fruit, captures the fruit’s naturally imparted wood spice characters of vanilla and toast, in a creamy velvety blend. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Beautiful and leafy yet drought-resistant, marula trees can grow up to 18m tall and bear 500 kg or more of fruit per year. Good news for us. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Beautiful and leafy yet drought-resistant, marula trees can grow up to 18m tall and bear 500 kg or more of fruit per year. Good news for us. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream’s indulgent rich and velvety consistency comes from the added fresh dairy cream – it’s the only cream liqueur made with real fruit. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream’s indulgent rich and velvety consistency comes from the added fresh dairy cream – it’s the only cream liqueur made with real fruit. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Growing delicious fruit aside, marula trees also have medicinal powers. Its bark, which contains antihistamines, is used to treat numerous ailments. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Growing delicious fruit aside, marula trees also have medicinal powers. Its bark, which contains antihistamines, is used to treat numerous ailments. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Legend has it that wild marula fruit was the nutritional backbone of tribes living in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia in ancient times. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Legend has it that wild marula fruit was the nutritional backbone of tribes living in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia in ancient times. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Archaeological evidence of marula fruit can be dated back to 10 000 BC with traces of marula kernels found in the ancient Pomongwe Cave of Zimbabwe. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Archaeological evidence of marula fruit can be dated back to 10 000 BC with traces of marula kernels found in the ancient Pomongwe Cave of Zimbabwe. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Marula fruit is unique. They’re a similar size to plums, look a little like loquats in colour and their flesh is a bit like litchis in texture. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Marula fruit is unique. They’re a similar size to plums, look a little like loquats in colour and their flesh is a bit like litchis in texture. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

The majestic marula trees are an important part of African community life. They often serve as meeting places for village gatherings and rituals. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

The majestic marula trees are an important part of African community life. They often serve as meeting places for village gatherings and rituals. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

At the height of the African summer, the sweet and enticingly tropical fragrance of sun-ripened marula fruit attracts many elephants from the African plains. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

At the height of the African summer, the sweet and enticingly tropical fragrance of sun-ripened marula fruit attracts many elephants from the African plains. Find out more: www.amarula.com.


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The smooth oval shaped seeds inside the marula fruit are often dried and strung into necklaces, which are given as tokens of love. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

The smooth oval shaped seeds inside the marula fruit are often dried and strung into necklaces, which are given as tokens of love. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

The majestic marula trees are an important part of African community life. They often serve as meeting places for village gatherings and rituals. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

The majestic marula trees are an important part of African community life. They often serve as meeting places for village gatherings and rituals. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream and Amarula Gold are crafted from unique marula fruit only found in sub-Saharan Africa. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amarula Cream and Amarula Gold are crafted from unique marula fruit only found in sub-Saharan Africa. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

At the height of the African summer, the sweet and enticingly tropical fragrance of sun-ripened marula fruit attracts many elephants from the African plains. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

At the height of the African summer, the sweet and enticingly tropical fragrance of sun-ripened marula fruit attracts many elephants from the African plains. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Growing delicious fruit aside, marula trees also have medicinal powers. Its bark, which contains antihistamines, is used to treat numerous ailments. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Growing delicious fruit aside, marula trees also have medicinal powers. Its bark, which contains antihistamines, is used to treat numerous ailments. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amongst some African tribes, marula trees are known as ‘marriage’ trees. To this day, nuptials are still conducted under these trees. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Amongst some African tribes, marula trees are known as ‘marriage’ trees. To this day, nuptials are still conducted under these trees. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Elephants feast on the fallen marula fruit that’s heavy with goodness and flavour. Nature’s bounty is there to share. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

Elephants feast on the fallen marula fruit that’s heavy with goodness and flavour. Nature’s bounty is there to share. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

To capture the marula’s exotic aromas and flavours ¬- the fruit is fermented and double distilled into a clear spirit before being aged in French oak barrels. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

To capture the marula’s exotic aromas and flavours ¬- the fruit is fermented and double distilled into a clear spirit before being aged in French oak barrels. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

A complex fruit that provides Amarula with its unique flavour. The marula peel alone contains over 27 different untamed African flavours. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

A complex fruit that provides Amarula with its unique flavour. The marula peel alone contains over 27 different untamed African flavours. Find out more: www.amarula.com.

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