Liquorice combined with fresh chili is a good example of how two natural forces can create a new taste sensation. We have imported Mexican Habanero chili and grow it locally so it is optimally fresh. Prepare for a hot yet harmonious bite. By the way, NO.4 is one of the ingredients in our renowned recipe for liquorice cookies. The recipe is available on this website.
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We have imported Mexican habanero chili and grow it locally so it is optimally fresh and hot. We use ripe habanero chilis, orange and red in colour.
Liquorice combined with fresh Mexican Habanero chili – a hot yet harmonious bite.
The Greek name for liquorice is 'Glycyrrhiza glabra', which means 'the sweet root'. This name is no understatement, because in its natural state the liquorice root is 30-50 times sweeter than plain sugar. We gather our fine liquorice roots from Italy, Afghanistan and the Middle East.
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Rice flour, invert sugar syrup, cane sugar, treacle, 6.9 % raw liquorice, glucose, rapeseed oil, salt, 0.3 % habanero chili, anise oil, glazing agent: shellac. Protect from heat and moisture.
|Nutrition pr. 100g|
|Energy||1530 kJ / 360 kcal|
|hence saturated fat||1 g|
|hence sugar||45 g|