This creamy liqueur is made using the fruit of the African Marula tree – better known among Zulus as the marriage tree, as it is believed that its fruit confers fertility in women. Its sweet, caramel flavor has hints of nuttiness, perhaps due to Marula being in the same family as the cashew and pistachio. On its own or over ice it's great, but works well mixed just as you would with Baileys or Kahlua. [$21 for 750ml; amarula.com]
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