Dutch liquorice, sugar free liquorice, Danish liquorice, Italian liquorice, liquorice for diabetics, salty liquroice, very salty liquorice, Swedish liquorice, Finnish liquorice etc.. we stock it all!
Liquorice-licorice is a buy online liquorice shop where you can buy pre-packed and bulk liquorice, sourced from many different countries. We have been selling liquorice for over 15 years! Liquorice in the press
Low prices for bulkliquorice and pre-packedliquorice . Over 200 different liquorice products available, mostly in stock for immediate delivery.
Lots of liquorice at £9.80 per kg, that is ONLY 98p per 100gr.
No need to sulk, we sell in bulk.
100gr is often not enough of this truly tasty stuff.Liquorice-licorice is a website where you, the consumer, can buy lots of your favourite liquorice in bulk. Most websites will sell you a small bag of each product. We are different, for a lot of products, you do not just buy 1 bag of your favourite product on this website but a whole kilo. This means you get much more for your hard earned money, saving you more.
This saves you having to buy lots of small orders and pay carriage each time.Why not buy a whole kilo of your favourite licorice rather than buying 10 times a 100gr bag of liquorice and pay carriage 10 times to each order. This will save you a lot of money.
We aim to provide you with the finest choice of liquorice products that will either introduce you to the magical flavours of liquorice or take you back to your childhood and re-connect you with your old favourites. All our liquorice is made with high quality ingredients for maximum flavour.
Our liquorice selection is we believe a selection of liquorice of only the finest and best manufacturers in Europe and Australia. You will soon discover how delicious our liquorice is once you have placed your first order. We have a selection for each individual : salt liquorice, sweet liquorice, honey liquorice, hard licorice, double salt liquorice, triple salt liquorice, Australian liquorice, Belgian Liquorice, Dutch Liquorice, English Liquorice, Finnish Liquorice, Gelatine Free Liquorice, Gluten Free Licorice, Italian Liquorice, Sugar Free Licorice and various liquorice, etc...You will find something that you like !
Long Shelf-life date
ALL products are supplied with a long shelf-life date, therefore you don't need to eat all the liquorice that you have ordered in 1 month - unless you want to of course.
Suitable for Diabetics
If you are a diabetic and have longed for some liquorice, we have sugar free liquorice for your delight. ALL sugar free products listed on our web site are suitable for diabetics. However, as there are several different types of diabetes, we cannot say that this applies to all diabetics. If in doubt, please consult your doctor or dietician. You can read more information about this in "Sugar Free and Product Info" on the bottom left of the screen.
You live in Europe or USA ?
We ship our liquorice all over the world. Simply go to the bottom left of the screen and choose Euro or USDollars from the drop down menu under Currencies. The prices will show in Euro's or USD and will be re-calculated in to English Pounds when you check out. That's handy ! USA-buyers : please note that you need to take care of transport , duties, etc... and collect the goods from our warehouse with your own courier.
2 spellings of liquorice - licorice
In case you wonder why we use two different spellings thoughout this website : we use liquorice and licorice simply because a selection of people would type in liquorice in the search engines and another selection would type in licorice. By using the two different spelling we hope to come up more often in the search engines, meaning that more customers will find us and that more customers can start enjoying our marvellous tasting liquorice.
Let us deliver this delicious licorice to your door, you will probably want some more !
SAVE MONEY, SAVE ON CARRIAGE CHARGES, BUY IN BULK.
Information from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia :
Liquorice (UK) or licorice (US) is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra, from which a sweet flavour can be extracted. The liquorice plant is a legume (related to beans and peas) and native to southern Europe and parts of Asia. It is an herbaceousperennial, growing to 1 m in height, with pinnateleaves about 7–15 centimetres (3–6 inches) long, with 9–17 leaflets. The flowers are 0.8–1.2 cm (1/3 to 1/2 inch) long, purple to pale whitish blue, produced in a loose inflorescence. The fruit is an oblong pod, 2–3 centimetres (about 1 inch) long, containing several seeds.
Cultivation and uses
Liquorice grows best in deep, fertile, well-drained soils, with full sun, and is harvested in the autumn two to three years after planting.
Liquorice extract is produced by boiling liquorice root and subsequently evaporating most of the water (in fact, the word 'liquorice' is derived from the Ancient Greek words for 'sweet root'). Liquorice extract is traded both in solid and syrup form. Its active principle is glycyrrhizin, a sweetener more than 50 times as sweet as sucrose which also has pharmaceutical effects. G. uralensis contains this chemical in much greater concentration.
Liquorice flavour is found in a wide variety of liquorice candies. The most popular in the United Kingdom are liquorice allsorts. In continental Europe, however, far stronger, saltier candies are preferred. It should be noted, though, that in most of these candies the taste is reinforced by aniseed oil, and the actual content of liquorice is quite low. However, in the Netherlands, where liquorice candy ("drop") is one of the most popular forms of candy, only a few of the many forms that are sold contain aniseed (although mixing it with mint, menthol or with laurel is popular, and mixing it with ammonium chloride creates the very popular salty liquorice.)
Pontefract in Yorkshire was the first place where liquorice mixed with sugar began to be used as a sweet in the same way it is in the modern day. Liquorice flavouring is also used in soft drinks (such as root beer), and is in some herbal teas where it provides a sweet aftertaste. The flavour is common in medicines to disguise unpleasant flavours. Dutch youth often make their own "dropwater" (liquorice water) by putting a few pieces of laurel liquorice and a piece of liquorice root in a bottle with water and then shake it to a frothy liquid. Also popular in the Netherlands is a liquorice based liqueur called "dropshot."
Liquorice is popular in Italy (particularly in the South) and Spain in its natural form. The root of the plant is simply dug up, washed and chewed as mouth-freshener. Throughout Italy unsweetened liquorice is consumed in the form of small black pieces made only from 100% pure liquorice extract; the taste is bitter and intense, also popular in the UK too 'L. Imps'. In Calabria a popular liqueur is made from pure liquorice extract. Liquorice is also very popular in Syria where it is sold as a drink. Dried liquorice root can be chewed as a sweet. According to the US Department of Agriculture Food Database, black liquorice contains approximately 100 calories per ounce (28g).