Spicing it up for Mother’s Day
May 2nd 2012, 11:53
Remember Mum’s all-night sessions to get your costume ready for the play or to put the finishing touches to your Matric Dance? What about when she helped with the homework, tended grazed knees and broken hearts? Show her how much you care this Mother’s Day (May 13) by treating her to a bottle of Amarula and introduce her to the Spirit of Africa’s spicier side with this great and easy-to-make cocktail.
60 ml Amarula
90 ml pure mango juice
¼ tsp de-seeded and chopped red chilli
Dried mango slivers
Combine the Amarula, pure mango juice and chopped red chilli in a cocktail shaker, blender or sealed container and shake well. Pour over crushed ice into a high-ball glass and garnish with dried mango slivers.
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Experiment and find your own favourite ways to enjoy Amarula. Have it neat, over ice, in a cocktail, in coffee or incorporate it into your favourite food dishes!
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Amarula is available from leading stores nationwide. Click here for more information on Amarula Cream
Amarula is the only South African brand to make it on to the list of the world's top 100 premium spirits brands in terms of volumes sold, according to Impact Databank, a US-based company that is a leading source for drinks statistics and analysis. The list features brands that sell in excess of a million 9-litre cases annually.
Market leader, Amarula Cream, is set to launch a multi-million rand, through-the-line national spring campaign. Focusing on the provenance of the brand, it centres on the annual harvesting of the marula fruit.
Amarula Cream is proud to announce the birth of Dinkie, a new 200ml size bottle, designed to hold two single serves.
With August 12 designated World Elephant Day, Amarula is highlighting the value in understanding elephant behaviour to promote the development of conservation management strategies for key populations in public and private game parks.
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