Monday, October 31, 2011

Licorice International Review and Giveaway...

About Licorice Interntational:
"Licorice International Inc. offers the largest selection of black licorice, gourmet licorice and European licorice available in the United States. We bring licorice candy to licorice lovers who yearn for that good, old-fashioned licorice that disappeared from candy stores and supermarket shelves years ago."

Bridge Mix:
"An old-fashioned American favorite, licorice bridge mix is a colorful combination of nonpareils, pastels, jelly beans, and dots. Buy some today for your next party or family gathering."

Tavener's Liquorice Allsorts:
"These English Licorice Allsorts include all your classic favorites like those pink and blue licorice and aniseed jelly buttons, pink and yellow coconut rolls with the licorice center, and assorted colored fondants sandwiched between layers of tasty licorice. All natural colors and flavors. This item has been approved by the Halal Food Authority UK."

What we thought: As huge licorice fans, D and I were super excited to get to review these items from Licorice International.  I think 3 year old D may like licorice even more than me and he gave these delicious mixes his seal of approval:)  I prefer the crispy coating on the pastels and the jelly beans, while the other members of our family love the nonpareils, dots,buttons and rolls which is why these mixes are so great for sharing with family and friends!  There is something for everyone:)  If you like licorice, whether sweet or salty, red or black and pretty much anything in between, Licorice International is your one-stop shop for yummy goodness!  ABCD Diaries gives Licorice International an A+!
Buy It: You can find this huge selection of licorice treats at Licorice International!  Use the code ABCD5 for $5 off your purchase until 12/31/11:)

Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given samples for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

1 comment:

  1. I accidentally put my other contest that I entered in the follow Licorice International Twitter follow. I would follow them but I can't follow anymore right now. Could you please erase that entry.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com


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