02/24/2017 at 11:11. Facebook
Amarula fan, Tony Cronin, expressed his love for Africa’s elephants by designing and naming his very own.

Meet Chauncy. He was created to help raise awareness about the dangers our elephants face. You can too: [ Link ]
02/17/2017. Facebook
Made from Africa. Made for sun and snow.

Alwyn Du Plessis brought a little bit of Africa’s warmth to the white snowscapes of Vancouver, Canada.

Where are you taking the Taste of Africa? #AmarulaAnywhere
02/14/2017. Facebook
In Africa, the Marula tree is also called the Marriage tree. Beneath its wide branches we gather to celebrate what is sacred.

Enjoy #ValentinesDay with Amarula, the drink made from the fruits of love.
02/13/2017. Facebook
Made from Africa. Made for two.

Select the cocktail that best defines your relationship this #ValentinesDay.

02/12/2017. Facebook
Like love, Amarula, and all good things in life, a little too much can be overwhelming.

Celebrate the month of love with just the right amount.

Drink Amarula responsibly.
02/12/2017. Facebook
Africa’s animals, landscapes, and people spark the flame of adventure.

Set the sun as your compass, the horizon as your guide, and toast to your love of Africa with the taste of Amarula.
02/06/2017. Facebook
When you love something dearly, you would do anything to protect it.

Help WildlifeDirect and Amarula raise awareness about the danger Africa’s herds face by creating and naming your very own elephant:

02/02/2017. Facebook
While we don’t have groundhogs in Africa, we do have the ever-inquisitive meerkat…

01/24/2017. Facebook
What’s better than ice lollies on a hot summer’s day? An Amarula Chocolate Ice Cream Lolly of course! You can make them yourself thanks to this mouth-watering recipe by The Kate Tin by Katelyn Williams – try it and let us know what you think.

Recipe: [ Link ]
01/09/2017. Facebook
The more elephants that leave footprints in Africa’s soil, the better.

Defend our herds against poaching by creating and naming your very own elephant, right here: [ Link ]

01/05/2017. Facebook
Amarula is born from the riches of Africa, from its deep valleys and wide plains.

Welcome to the beauty of our home.
01/03/2017. Facebook
Like the teeming plains of Africa, a new year is brimming with hope and opportunity.

What does new mean to you?
01/01/2017. Facebook
Made from Africa. Made New.

The spirit of Africa gives us strength to greet the new year with renewed vigour.

Do the heavy lifting from today, and reap the rewards tomorrow.
12/31/2016. Facebook
In 2016, we introduced Amarula’s beautiful new bottle and partnered with WildlifeDirect for the #NAMEThemSAVEThem campaign to protect our African elephants.

Pour an Amarula on ice and toast to the new, exciting opportunities that 2017 holds.
12/25/2016. Facebook
Today, we’ll choose to believe it’s a sleigh.

Amarula joins all who are celebrating this special day - Merry Christmas.
12/25/2016. Facebook
Today, we’ll choose to believe it’s a sleigh. Amarula joins all who are celebrating this special day - Merry Christmas.
12/21/2016. Facebook
Pair your holiday season feast with something that tastes as delicious as it looks.

The Amarula Red Velvet cocktail is a worthy festive indulgence.

12/17/2016. Facebook
Infuse the spirit of Africa into the holiday season’s famously festive drink.

Enjoy Eggnog with Amarula for a smooth, simple treat.

Amarula Cream
12/16/2016. Facebook
When we stand together, we are stronger. Let’s celebrate our rich diversity every day.
12/07/2016. Facebook
Made from Africa. Enjoyed in Kenya.

Karl Baria raised an Amarula on ice to the tropical beauty of Kenya’s calm coastline.

Share your own #AmarulaAnywhere pic and show us where you’re enjoying the Taste of Africa.