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The typical flavours in the Romanesque mix come from the southern part of Europe. The main part of the liquorice from Italy, France and Spain is manufactured on small family farms that produce traditional liquorice by their own house recipes. With help from nature’s own gum arabic it is possible to soften the otherwise bonbon hard natural liquorice, which gives it that characterizing firm texture. Natural aromas such as mint, citrus, violet and anise are added and are chosen from the local environment. The Romanesque liquorice is a real sweet tart treat to those who appreciate and value the original flavour.
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Salmiakki, Schachtel

Salmiakki, Schachtel, 40 g

Mild salmiak pastilles, finnish
Strong licorice - not suitable for children
model no. 191340€1.50
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Salmiakpastillen, kadó-Dose

Salmiakpastillen, kadó-Dose

Salmiac pastilles in black kadó-box
model no. 191322€5.50
incl. 7% VAT.excl. shipping
Super-Salmiakki, Schachtel

Super-Salmiakki, Schachtel, 30 g

Mild salmiak pastilles, finnish
Strong licorice - not suitable for children
model no. 191225€1.50
incl. 7% VAT.excl. shipping
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Tabu 13g, Dose

Tabu 13g, Dose, 13 g

Tiny fresh and bitter Cachou liquorice, italian
Caution recommended with excessive consumption for people with high blood pressure
model no. 191234€2.50
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Wybert original, Dose

Wybert original, Dose, 25 g

Classic Wybertliquorice, dutch
With veg. colouring agent
model no. 191317€2.50
incl. 7% VAT.excl. shipping
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La Jaunie Dose

La Jaunie Dose, 6 g

Cachou liquorice, french
Caution recommended with excessive consumption for people with high blood pressure
model no. 191308€2.50
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Solimé menta confetti, Dose

Solimé menta confetti, Dose, 40 g

Liquorice with mint sugar coating, italian
model no. 191974€4.50
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Liquorice-Tasting

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Lecture with tasting
on 17th and 18th November 2019
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