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Sweet Dutch Licorice - We import our mixture of sweet licorice from Holland. Each piece offers a unique licorice flavor and texture. In the bag, you'll find brown licorice cubes with a soft, chewy texture. The Schoolkrijt are named after the school chalk they resemble - a crispy, minty shell covering chewy licorice inside. The Honey Tops are firm and soothing to the throat.

Sweet Dutch Licorice - We import our mixture of sweet licorice from Holland. Each piece offers a unique licorice flavor and texture. In the bag, you'll find brown licorice cubes with a soft, chewy texture. The Schoolkrijt are named after the school chalk they resemble - a crispy, minty shell covering chewy licorice inside. The Honey Tops are firm and soothing to the throat.

Dutch Licorice Coins

Dutch Licorice Coins

コイン, オランダ語, プロダクト, 甘いお菓子

Dutch Licorice Farm Shapes

Dutch Licorice Farm Shapes

ファームハウス, 家畜, 風車, オランダ語, トラクター, メイド, 形状, 甘いお菓子, Wells

Enjoy a fun treat from the Netherlands, where licorice is a favorite. Adorably shaped as cats, this firm, authentic black licorice contains real licorice extract for a stronger taste.    Less sweet and favored by those who want a bolder flavor   Firm (not chewy or soft)   Comes with plenty to share – 2.2-lb bag!   Holland     Note:  Not available to ship to California.

Dutch Licorice Cats

Enjoy a fun treat from the Netherlands, where licorice is a favorite. Adorably shaped as cats, this firm, authentic black licorice contains real licorice extract for a stronger taste. Less sweet and favored by those who want a bolder flavor Firm (not chewy or soft) Comes with plenty to share – 2.2-lb bag! Holland Note: Not available to ship to California.

Netherlands: Salty Licorice
The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession staple. The big difference from its stateside cousin? It’s usually salty, with an herbal, palate-cleansing kick.

Netherlands: Salty Licorice The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession staple. The big difference from its stateside cousin? It’s usually salty, with an herbal, palate-cleansing kick.

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