Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Celebrate National Licorice Day on April 12

You won't find this holiday on the calendar, and the banks and schools won't be closed (sorry, kids), but for licorice lovers throughout the United States, Monday, April 12, marks an important holiday - National Licorice Day.

Licorice International, which boasts more than 160 types of licorice from 14 countries, offers fun ideas for celebrating National Licorice Day.
  1. Host a licorice-tasting party.
  2. Chew on a licorice root.
  3. Savor a cup of licorice tea or coffee.
  4. Send a gift of licorice to a licorice-loving friend.
  5. Learn about the benefits of licorice (check the "Health Benefits" link to the right).
  6. Make licorice jewelry (Black Licorice Laces are a good place to start.)
  7. Make a licorice recipe (check the "Recipes" link to the right).
  8. For those who live near Lincoln, Nebraska, visit the Licorice International retail store at 803 Q Street. Free samples, opportunity to win prizes and radio host Judy Ala Carte at 10:00 a.m.

For all your licorice needs, see: http://www.licoriceinternational.com/ or contact:

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