From tree to bottle, it takes over two years to create each bottle of delicious Amarula Raspberry, chocolate & Baobab Cream Liqueur. The exotic Marula fruit is where the magical story of Amarula begins. Marula trees cannot be cultivated by man, growing wild and free across the sub-equatorial plains of Africa. The taste of real marula fruit blended with creamy chocolate, notes of raspberry and a hint of citrus-infused Baobab. Carefully crafted to preserve the rich and distinctive cream liqueur taste of Amarula, using only sustainably sourced ingredients from Africa. Fruity Raspberry blended with creamy chocolate introduce African Baobab botanicals. The complex citrus notes come from the African Baobab extract which has a ripe and fresh profile with hints of melon and banana. Our bottle design celebrates the brands most prolific icon, the African elephant, in a more evocative way. The African elephant has always been closely associated with the brand and, together with our designers, we were delighted to be able to incorporate the shape of the elephant directly onto the glass. The new bottle shape is called Jabulani, which is Zulu for rejoice. The inspiration for the name stems from the story of a rescued orphan elephant, named Jabulani that was successfully reintroduced into the wild by South African conservationists. To build on our intrinsic relationship with the African elephant the Amarula Trust was founded in 2008 and has helped conservationists study elephant behaviour and use the learnings to protect elephants within South Africas borders. Total contributions to conservation initiatives by Amarula were R9 million in 2015, but that was not enough.....In 2016, we are extending our support into the rest of Africa thanks to a partnership with Wildlife Direct and its Kenyan CEO, Dr Paula Kahumbu. Funding generated from the proceeds of Amarula sales around the world, combined with the expertise and commitment of Paula and her team, will help us continue to protect the continents elephants who are such an important part of both Africas heritage and Amarulas story. Contains soya & milk.