Amarula Gin, 70cl | African Gin Made with Marula Fruit Spirit
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Those orphaned elephants eventually join the larger herd of elephants, which lumber along the plains, their tails swishing, towards a watering hole.
The company set up the Amarula Trust in 2008 with the aim of safeguarding elephants, which are facing changes to their habitats and poachers, by working with local groups. And the result is undeniably fruity, bursting with sweet, exotic notes and an underlying thread of juniper. They are a juicy and refreshing fruit, with a very zesty fragrance and fibrous flesh, similar in texture to mango.At first I was even upset — Amarula’s been around since I was born, and I’m only NOW hearing about it!
This post may contain affiliate links, so we may earn a small commission when you make a purchase through links on our site. And I’m thrilled to show you how with my 3 new serves created to be enjoyed at Christmas with that glorious botanical base we all do love so so much. She explained: “We don’t want to forget Amarula Vegan just because it was launched last year either.
Here at Craft Gin Club, we love a rich, decadent cocktail at this time of year - and this particular cocktail recipe has a nice buzzy caffeine kick to it too! This includes HERD – South Africa’s first Elephant orphanage, which aims to give orphaned elephants a fighting chance by stepping in as their family and protecting them when they need it most.