Double Salt Licorice
Our Customers Thought
This is a Christmas treat for some in my family. You really have to love the salty flavor; it's an acquired taste. Back in the day, we ate Salmiak (German salt licorice) and this is quite like it.Sue, Mahwah, NJ
If you grew up in a Scandinavian country eating this, this is the real deal. Go for it.Leslie, Coatesville, PA
very good - just like Scandinavian style - saltykimberly, Baltimore, MD
The real deal. Absolutely as it should be.Thomas, Agoura Hills, CA
YEP I DO; I LOVE IT!Wynne, Poulsbo, WA
NOT ALWAYS EASY TO GET BUT LOVE SALTY LICORICE!Wynne, Poulsbo, WA
Love black licorice but this has a bit too much salt.Marcia, Chicago, IL
GreatSandra, Mount Laurel, NJ
Still making up my mind. At first it seemed too salty but i'm becoming addicted.carol, Clarkston, MI
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Modified starch, sugar, glucose syrup, ammonium chloride, cane sugar molasses, color caramel, licorice extract, flavourings, vegetable oil (coconut), glazing agent: beeswax. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: United States