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PAMA (liqueur)

PAMA is a pomegranate liqueur produced by PAMA Spirits Co. of Bardstown, Kentucky, United States, a subsidiary of Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc., also based in Bardstown, Kentucky.

PAMA is marketed as "the world's first true pomegranate liqueur." According to PAMA Spirits Co., it is made from "the juice of California pomegranates, premium vodka, and a touch of imported tequila".

The liqueur is red in color and has a flavor that is both sweet and tart. It is 17 percent alcohol by volume.

PAMA is promoted as a mixable liqueur, suitable for martinis, mojitos, mimosas, cosmopolitans, margaritas, and other similar cocktails.

PAMA received a four-star rating in the June 1, 2006 issue of Spirit Journal.

PAMA is distributed in Australia by Think Spirits.


Pama or PAMA may refer to:

Place names including "Pama":
  • Pama, Austria
  • Pama, Burkina Faso
  • Pama Township, Tibet
PAMA as an acronym:
  • PAMA (liqueur), a pomegranate liqueur produced in the United States
  • Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives, a publicly run facility in Ontario, Canada
  • Professional Aviation Maintenance Association
  • Pulse-address multiple access, channel access method used in telecommunications networks
  • Professional Association of Managing Agents (PAMA), of property managers in Canada (with which Sauder School of Business collaborates)
Other usages of "Pama":
  • Balbir Singh Pama
  • Pama International
  • Pama–Nyungan (disambiguation)
  • Pama Records, a UK ska and reggae label of the 1960s and 1970s
  • Pama River, in Chile
  • Pama language (disambiguation)
  • Paman languages