Yes, it is. The drink is from a time when alchemy was a big thing. Gold was believed to offer positive effects on the human body.
Nowadays I guess they do it for the looks and as a stand-out marketing scheme. It is a really small amount per bottle and one of them is still cheaper than most whiskey.
I bought Amarula some weeks ago, I'm looking for a drink made with that.
Or maybe I'll drink it on it's own.
It sounds pretty delicious. Sounds like it worth trying at least once.>>809
I imagine any recipe that uses a milk/cream based liqueur could use Amarula.
Murphys is tasty.
Drinking a Corona because it what's in my parents fridge. Would really love some Abita Purple Haze or Murphy's stout or a Moscow mule or Sobieski vodka, but don't wanna drive to the liquor store or encourage myself to drink.