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    Safari Liqueur

    Have you ever tried Safari Liqueur? If yes, what do you think about it and how do you consume (on te rocks, neat, or cocktails)?

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    Re: Safari Liqueur

    Is Safari the name on the label? If so....have not seen it, as of yet. Who makes it or distributes? Got a picture of the bottle?
    Maybe, you are talking about Amarula Cream Liquor???
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    Re: Safari Liqueur

    ok, here comes the picture of the Safari bottle.
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    Re: Safari Liqueur

    That's is a new one on me. I was in the bar biz for quite a while and have not come across it in Texas.
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    Re: Safari Liqueur

    A quick Google search gave this:

    Safari is an exotic fruit liqueur, with 20% alcohol by volume and a unique combination of mango, papaya, passion fruit and lime flavours. Owned by Diaego, which lists it as a "flavoured mixing spirit". Top markets are Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium.
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    Re: Safari Liqueur

    Thought it was Dutch from origin,here it is taken with ice or mixed with orangejuice,you can also use it as a cocktail together with Pisang Ambon,Blue Curacao,a measure each and top it up(optional)with sparkling water or 7-up.My wife likes it but its too sweet for me so these are her recipes.
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