Thursday, March 31, 2011

Tiny Candy Chips from Italy in Licorice, Mint and Fruit Flavors

Looking for a tiny sweet treat? Candy Chips from Italy give you a burst of flavor without adding a lot of calories (or guilt). Carry them in your purse or pocket for a quick treat anywhere.

Amarelli Sugar Free Chips are firm, but chewy licorice candies with just a hint of menthol. Flavored with malitol and individually wrapped.

Chips by Chipurnoi are hard candies with a strong licorice and menthol flavor. Great for sore throats. Each chip has only 2.5 calories.

Fruit Flavored Chips come in variety of fruit flavors such as lemon, lime, cherry, orange, and berry and are mentholated. Also can be used to give relief for sore throats.

Glitterati Mint Medley chips come in six scrumptious mint flavors: butter-mint, vanilla-mint, chocolate-mint and cinnamon-mint, peppermint and the Chipurnoi signature mint. Great to carry along to freshen your breath anywhere. Each piece has just three calories.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

National Licorice Day Coming April 12

Did you know there's a holiday dedicated to Licorice?  That's right, National Licorice day is April 12th. It's not too early to plan.  Here are some ideas:

Be sure to visit Licorice International for all your licorice needs. Order soon to ensure that you will get your licorice by National Licorice Day.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Licorice Lover Listed in List of Top Chocolatier Blogs

Everyone loves chocolate. (And of course, the best way to eat chocolate is paired with licorice in a sweet treat such as Chocolate Licorice Lentils or our popular Kookaburra varieites: Chocolate Covered Black Licorice or Chocolate Covered Strawberry Licorice.)

Our Licorice Lover Blog was recently mentioned in The Top 50 Chocolatier Blogs, listed in the Education Degrees Blog. We were mentioned as one of the Top Chocolatier Candy Blogs, along with blogs such as Candy Blog and Candy Addict. Here's what the reviewer said about Licorice Lover:
If licorice is your candy, this is your blog. The LL is obsessed with the candy and even features poems dedicated to it. There are also reviews of the best and worst licorice.
You can read the entire post here.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Save 10 percent on your order with Licorice International

Now through March 31: Save 10 percent when you order on-line at Licorice International.  Simply go to the Licorice International website, place your order and use the code MARCH10 at checkout.  Enjoy the world's best licorice at Licorice International, which features over 160 varieties of black licorice, red licorice and other gourmet candy from 12 different countries.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Two Classy Chics Review and Give Away Red Licorice from Licorice International

Chris, a product review blogger, recently reviewed red licorice from Licorice International for the blog, "Two Classy Chics." Although she isn't a fan of black licorice, one of her favorite candies is red licorice. It took her a long time to do the review because it took her forever to choose which kind of licorice to review. (With over 160 varieties from 12 countries, it's easy to see why.)

She finally settled on the following:
Red Licorice Sampler (which includes Kookaburra Strawberry and Raspberry Twists from Australia, Cherry Chews and Red Scotties from the United States).

She's offering a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Licorice International.

Read her blog post here.

Monday, March 14, 2011

For a Limited Time: Get Gourmet Red Licorice for only $2 a bag

Now for a limited time, you can get Kenny's Australian Style Gourmet Red Licorice for only $2.00 per 7.05 oz. bag.  That's half price!  You'll love this soft and chewy red licorice.  Click here to order.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Creamy English Toffees are Back - and They're on Sale!

If you love the soft, chewy taste of creamy toffee, you'll love these.  No licorice in these, but lots of good toffee flavor. And for a limited time, you can get them for 50 cents off.

Click here to order.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Free Pontefract Cakes with Every Order

Pontefract cakes have a long history in England. Though they're called "cakes," they're actually soft, chewy, disk-shaped candies about the size of a quarter, packed with rich licorice flavor. They were first created as a medicine for stomach ailments and coughs. When sugar was added to them in 1760 they became immensely popular and a delightful new confection was born!  Potefract cakes have inspired an annual festival, and even a poem entitled "The Licorice Fields at Pontefract" (by Sir John Bentjeman).

Now you can taste Pontefract Cakes for free. Place an order of any size at Licorice International by March 31st and you'll receive a FREE sample package of Pontefract Cakes from England.

The free sample will be automatically included with your package. If you send a gift, the recipient receives the sample packages. Offer applies to INTERNET AND PHONE ORDERS ONLY. Does not apply to shop purchases. (When you stop by the shop, we'll give you as many samples as you care to try.)

Click here to shop at Licorice International and receive your free sample package of Pontefract Cakes

Friday, March 4, 2011

For a Limited Time: Irish Creamy Licorice Toffee and Irish Potato Candy: Order now for St. Patrick's Day!

Now for a limited time, you can get two awesome St. Patrick's Day favorites.

Made in Ireland, this chewy delight has become a favorite at St. Patrick's Day.  The combination of licorice and toffee will delight anyone, even those who aren't big fans of black licorice.  The soft, chewy texture has a great mouth feel. Similar to Callard & Bowser licorice toffee. Order some Creamy Licorice Toffee here.

These extraordinary treats originated in Philadelphia a hundred years ago. They're not potatoes, and they're not really from Ireland, but they've become a favorite St. Patrick's Day treat because they look like mini-potatotes from Ireland. You'll love the creamy coconut flavor coated with cinnamon.  Excellent to serve at a St. Patrick's Day party. Order your Irish Potato Candy here.