Liquorice sticks

Liquorice sticks

€2.37

Liquorice sticks have a refreshing flavor with an anise taste.

consumed in moderation, they aid digestion and help treat respiratory diseases.

The licorice stick is none other than the root of the licorice plant which grows naturally in the area of Southern Europe and more particularly in Turkey.

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Liquorice sticks.

The licorice stick corresponds to the root of the licorice plant.

Licorice is naturally sweet. It has a cooling power and quenches thirst.

Its taste is particularly recognizable with its spicy notes with anise flavors.

Licorice is used in the manufacture of pastis and many refreshing drinks. It is found in Antesite, but also in many sweets such as cashews.

It gives good breath and has many medicinal properties known to calm digestive disorders among other things.

You can also use it in preparations for rum arranged by combining it for example with mint, kaffir lime, anise or fennel seeds.

Sambavanilla licorice sticks are approximately 16 cm long.

Origin: Turkey.

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Based on 5 reviews

  • Kevin F.
    Published 04/05/2021 à 20:54 (Order date: 17/04/2021)
    4

    Parfait

  • Sébastien L.
    Published 26/04/2021 à 21:14 (Order date: 06/04/2021)
    5

    Très bien

  • Tatiana D.
    Published 21/04/2021 à 11:05 (Order date: 03/04/2021)
    4

    J'aurai aimé des bâtons plus gros et un peu moins sec.

  • Gilles F.
    Published 16/04/2021 à 17:34 (Order date: 31/03/2021)
    4

    Satisfait même si j en ai eu que 9 ... même un gros bâton Et manque un poil de parfum

  • Quentin T.
    Published 13/04/2021 à 20:26 (Order date: 26/03/2021)
    5

    ras



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Liquorice sticks

Liquorice sticks have a refreshing flavor with an anise taste.

consumed in moderation, they aid digestion and help treat respiratory diseases.

The licorice stick is none other than the root of the licorice plant which grows naturally in the area of Southern Europe and more particularly in Turkey.

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