Salty Herrings – 80 grams (Germany)$4.50
Caught by German fishermen, these salmiak salted herrings are a staple of liquorice lovers.
Gott & Blandat Salty Liquorice Mix – 80 grams (Sweden)$4.50
This Swedish mix of Gott & Blandat salty liquorice comes in a variety of different shapes and textures. It’s an absolute must for all salty liquorice lovers!
Walkers Liquorice Whack & Eat Toffee (U.K)$3.80
For over a hundred years Walkers has been making fantastic, authentic toffees. Their Liquorice toffee bar is a store favourite.
Schoolkrijt (liquorice chalk) – 80 grams (Dutch)$4.50
Well loved around the world, this Dutch minty-liquorice makes a fantastic sweet to keep in the car to enjoy on long road trips.
A crunchy and minty white ‘chalky’ exterior hides a delicious and slightly spicy liquorice centre; giving it an extra special and unique taste.
Salty Liquorice Skulls – 80 gram (Sweden)$4.50
For those in the liquorice know these are definitely a must eat. A Swedish salty liquorice with a slightly creepy exterior. A niche candy, for the diehard salted liquorice fans.
Double Salted Dutch Liquorice$4.00
Known as “Dubbel Zoute Drop” in the Netherlands, not everyone can handle the extreme bitter, salty taste that this liquorice gives.
This liquorice drop is harder in texture and strong in flavour. This is definitely not recommended for the beginner European liquorice eater.
Sherbet Fountain (U.K)$2.00
Zingy traditional English sherbet childhood favourite! Despite having changed its packaging this ol’ time fav still comes with a liquorice dipper.