Amarula Fruit Cream Liqueur

70cl / 17%
Amarula Fruit Cream Liqueur
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Distilled from the fermented fruit of the Marula tree, a native of the African plains. The spirit is aged for three years, then blended with cream. If you like Bailey's you should give this a try.
South Africa

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This product may contain the following:
  • soybeans and products thereof
  • milk and products thereof

Amarula Fruit Cream Liqueur Reviews

39 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    10 days ago

    I have almost 12years old seal not opened bottle of Amarula cream. I doubt if I can drink it. Can you suggest?

  • 5
    15 September

    Forgot that Baileys, and give this a try. It's much better.

  • 4
    1 August

    My son brought it for me from duty free shop Dubai......I consumed it... and felt as easy,comfortable and sleepy like never before......ha ha ha.

  • 5
    7 May

    This liqueur is very popular here in Brazil. When I found out that it was not so elsewhere, I thought it a pity. Give it a try guys, this is a great aperitif/digestif.

  • 4
    20 February

    its lowbudget great to drink its simply nice

  • 5
    1 January

    This is an excellent cream liquor. If you like Irish Cream, you will love this.

  • 5
    25 December 2016

    My daughter bought me this for Christmas I've always had baileys it's gorgeous 5 *for me

  • 5
    21 December 2016

    It's the best drink ever. I can't stop!!

  • 5
    20 August 2016

    Nectar from South Africa. Has fruity, creamy, and smooth sweet finish. I was worried about it's shelf live but it remained as good even after 2 years !!! I would still recommend to check and taste in smaller portion if storing Amarula for that long.

  • 4
    2 September 2015

    Quite pleasant, if you like Baileys you''ll enjoy this. Well worth a try at least, but certainly not the best cream liquor out there

  • Mike T 20 April 2014

    My partner is from Middelburg and we stopped by Amarula Lapa on our way back from the Kruger Park... We bought three bottles in the shop along with lots of glasses and other accessories... This liquor is fast becoming my favourite, it's subtle fruity undertones mixed with cream make this beverage ideal for any time of the day or night... I just have to remember not to drink the entire bottle in one go!

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  • Michelle 19 March 2014

    had this the first time when I visited my sister this month in Pett Bay SA it was wonderful I was not sure as she said it was like Bailey's but to me it is twice as nice will treat myself to a bottle or two

  • Lisa - Cambs 21 December 2013

    Mine has been opened since last Christmas and I have just poured out a capful and it looks fine, smells fine, tastes ok so I am assuming it's ok - I love it and I am not a big drinker at all

  • Jo Jo 13 December 2013

    First time Amarula, yes it's very smooth, over ice, yes it's like baileys but we are enjoying our early Xmas present.

  • Linda Dec. 2013 10 December 2013

    Amazing!!! Former housemate visited last week from Bagdad, Iraq brought it as a gift. Smooth, aromatic and delicious. Can't thank her enough.

  • Lee Bagnall 25 July 2012

    Bought a bottle recently due to an offer. Wonderful stuff, very like Baileys although I prefer the Amarula. Wor Lass' daughter is a confirmed Bailey's fan and she liked it so much she nicked the bottle. Well worth the candle.

  • TWE Admin 26 March 2012

    The shelf life of something like this would be around 12 months (6 once opened). They may last a bit longer, but we wouldn't recommend drinking any that are older than this. If you would still like to give it a go, open the bottle and check for a yeasty/sour milk smell. If your still unsure, a small taste should reveal whether this is bad. Having said that, we still advise against drinking this if you have had it for more than 12 months.

  • - Neil posted on 25 March 2012 25 March 2012

    I purchased two bottles of Amarula Fruit Cream in Cape Town International Airport in January 2009 and used one of them two years ago and other bottle was kept for later use. How long can a bottle last? Can I consume it now after three years from the date of purchase? Can anyone or the company help me with an advice please? If consume now, will my stomach get upset?

  • Drinks Enthusiast 23 September 2011

    On the nose, a very light aroma of the exotic Marula fruit makes its way through your nostrils, with the taste almost bursting as it hits your throat. A sweet tang to it, it covers your palate nicely and gives off a slow release of Marula that lasts. This is a perfect serve over ice, but wouldn’t look out-of-place in a coffee, a B52 or even in a fruity Martini.

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