Win a Bottle of Amarula Cream Liqueur

Amarula Cream Liqueur

Have yourself a smooth and silky Christmas with the chance to win a bottle of Amarula Cream Liqueur.

You’ve had Amarula before, right? You know, the sleek brown bottle with the elephant on the label (and etched on the glass). Distilled in South Africa, Amarula is the only cream liqueur with a spirit base made from the fruit of the Marula tree (aka the Elephant Tree). Aged for two years in French oak barrels before being blended with cream, it’s a rich and delicately fruity drink with a caramel hue. Perfectly pleasing when served neat or over ice, Amarula is a versatile spirit that’s equally excellent in cocktails or as an indulgent dessert ingredient.

Time for taste of this indulgent liqueur? Check out this giveaway competition that will see one lucky tikichris reader receive a bottle of Amarula in time for festive season fun.

To be in with a chance to win a free bottle of Amarula Cream Liqueur make sure you’re following @Amarula and @tikichris on Twitter and then tweet the following:

#RTtoWin a free bottle of #Amarula Cream Liqueur, compliments of @tikichris and @amarula: #WinAmarula

Please take a moment to read the terms and conditions before tweeting!


I’ll pick one winner at random on Monday 18 December at 11.30am BST. The winner will receive one 70l bottle of Amarula Cream Liqueur valued at £12.50. To be eligible to win, you need to have an address in the UK where the prize can be posted. Obviously you also need to be of legal drinking age to receive this alcoholic product and must be able to show ID that proves your age. Good luck.

About Amarula

Amarula has 17% ABV and a 24-month shelf life. It is sold in more than 100 countries and is available in the UK at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose and Asda nationwide.

In 2002, Amarula created the Amarula Trust, a charity aimed to safeguard the African elephant through sustainable environmental and educational projects. A recent project by the Amarula Trust is the Name Them to Save Them campaign, which encourages the public to name their own African elephant in a bid to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

Find out more about Amarula at For details about the Amarula Trust go to

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