Salty Licorice

Salty Licorice

salty-licorice-960.jpgThe most common ingredient that makes licorice taste salty isn’t salt, it is ammonium Chloride!

This taste is also referred to as Finland salmiakki, Germany: salmiak, salmiac, Swedish: salmiak lakrits, Danish: salmiak lakrids, Swedish: salt lakrits Danish: salt lakrids, Netherlands:  Zoute Drop, Drop.

Salty licorice can also be just formulated just salt, or sea salt without any ammonium chloride.   When you try them side by side like in the Norwegian IFA: Super Salt Mix of Salt Lakris, Salmiakk, and Pepper-Lakris, you can defiantly begin to understand the nuances of ‘salt’.

Founded in 2011, Jacobsen Salt Co. was the first company to harvest salt in the Pacific Northwest since Lewis & Clark built their salt works in 1805.  They began to hand craft black salty licorice caramels and set the bar for US salty licorice production!

  • SALLOS KAUBONBONS

    Villosa

    SALLOS KAUBONBONS 150g

    $3.49
    SALLOS KAUBONBONS The delicious "Villosa Sallos Kaubonbons - Chewy Licorice Candy" are an absolute treat for every licorice lover. The spicy chewy candy captivates thanks to the delicious combination of herbs and liquorice with their pleasant savory...
    $3.49
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    Villosa

    SALLOS SCHOOL CHALK 135G

    $3.49
    VILLOSA SALLOS SCHOOL CHALK 135G. A LICORICE TUBE STUFFED WITH MINTY GOODNESS COVERED WITH A CANDY SHELL. YES, THEY LOOK LIKE CHALK BUT WHY WASTE ONE TRYING TO WRITE WITH IT? MADE IN GERMANY.
    $3.49
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    Villosa

    VILLOSA SALLOS TO GO 42g

    $1.25
    VILLOSA SALLOS TO GOStrong and spicy with herbs and a hint of salmiak.INGREDIENTS:Glucose syrup, sugar, 5.7% licorice juice, flavorings, coloring: biochar, herbal extracts.DIRECTIONS:Store in a cool dry place.
    $1.25