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Ever wish you can jump aboard the Good Ship Lollypop and have a candy tour around the world? If so, your ship has come in. Visiting The Licorice Exchange in offers a round trip ticket in adventuring an internationally beloved treat,licorice, 1 vine at a time. Whether you are religiously red or a back in black, odds are you have not explored the many layers of licorice to be had. While keeping sweet levity as a humble candy company, there’s an unexpected elegance with The Licorice Exchange. Something within the presentation, the service, and the product that destines this seller to convert customers into clients and clients into customer loyalists.
Shopping The Licorice Exchange engages the browser at a global and palpable tour — country by state you are invited to discover the native twist each region offers on the common vine.
Take the French offering of Anise Pastilles, naturally flavored white candy pearls, filled with aniseed, coming in a vintage oval tin.
Tour Australia and sample one of my favorite spins on your everyday red, Strawberry Kookaburra, the chunky tubular take-it-up-a-notch twist merging fruit and the vine. Very berry.
Germany serves up pinwheels of pleasure — wound up skinny spirals — whirly, twirly Haribo Licorice Wheels. Something you’d stumble upon in Willy Wonka’s home.
And for some Finland fanfare, sample La Pipette, Finnish licorice pipes available in both red and black varieties.
Licorice arrives fresh and individually packaged, perfect for gift giving if you wish to stray from traditional chocolates. Good ol’ American varieties include your rainbow arrayed Licorice Bridge Mix, Black Licorice Scotties, or double trouble, Licorice Candy Coated Chocolate. But for a true tongue tango, trip your taste buds fantastic with Holland Double Salt Licorice.

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