Mild in flavour, slightly salty but with a sweet sugar shell coating. Skolekridt means chalk.
Fazer Salmiakki chocolate
Smooth liquid liquorice filling and the best milk chocolate – a bit stronger in flavour than first expected, with a salty hit aftertaste.
A Danish favourite – innocently named, although we appreciate it doesn’t translate. Salty liquorice pastilles.
Pocket roll of liquorice flavoured pastilles – not strong, but with a moorish salty hit.
Haribo may be German, but has a whole Scandinavian division dedicated to liquorice. These are the stronger version of Piratos discs – and with a definite good, strong salty aftertaste. This is especially popular in Denmark.
Massive salt hit – we love it. Sweet finish. This is a favourite of ours to get non-liquorice lovers inducted into our world. Yes, it’s a tough start and they may not speak to you for a while. Fun, though.
Tyrkisk Peber – extra hot (red) Ohhhh, this has a nice flame finish. Strong and stable and definitely not for the un-initiated.
Tyrkisk Peber – Normal
Strong (blue), peppery and definitely have this one BEFORE you try the extra hot 4 flame one.
Gott & Blandat Salt
Not strong, just very salty and with different liquorice undertones – a great mix bag.