Black Finnish Licorice
Our Customers Thought
Not enough saltPamela, Tarpon Springs, FL
I had to try this Finnish licorice because I hoped it was similar to Scandinavian salt licorice which is my absolute favorite. This licorice is very good, made with licorice root, and does not contain anise oil or anise flavor which to me makes it true licorice. It is not salt licorice, however, so I will have to keep looking for my favorite.Margit, Prairie Village, KS
well they aren't bad but the taste is not as good as the Australian licorice and they are a little tougher chewing than the Aussie.. They aren't bad but I will stick to the Aussie.norm, Blakeslee, PA
Pretty good, though I have had better!Randy, High Ridge, MO
skip all the other licorice and invest your money herejoseph, Inkster, MI
Not too bitter yet retains the true licorice taste I likePete, Breckenridge, CO
I would like to find an even softer version.Sabrina, Dallas, OR
The perfect classic licorice taste.Pete, Breckenridge, CO
I really enjoy it, just what I have been looking for.ira, Bakersfield, CA
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Syrup (sugar beet) wheat flour, water, sugar, licorice extract, sorbitol, sodium bicarbonate, caramel coloring, gurar gum, anethol, vegetable oil, beeswax, potassium sorbate (as a preservative) Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 60 pieces per pound.
Serving size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
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Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of origin: Finland