- Case of 42 2-ounce bars (total of 84 ounces)
- Made with aniseed oil and real licorice extract
- All-natural snack with rich and velvety texture
- Three fun peelable pieces
- Made in Finland
If you love black licorice, you’ll love this.
I have never tasted such amazing wonderful magnificent licorice! Anything else , is not true licorice! This may be a bit “strong” of flavor if one is used to the nasty corn syrup watered down no flavor kind of candy. I very much feel this is TRUE licorice….
this is made with wheat … Wheat and flavor (natural herbs?) natural oils… GOOD stuff, instead of that icky sticky awful corn syrup stuff. My mouth feels clean after this Anise (?) licorice, unlike other candy.
This contains wheat. (I have wheat “SENSITIVITIES” however, I feel no sedative clogging fatigue depressed “sensitivity” issues, as , it seems to pass all too quickly. Heh. It seems that if one eats an entire bag (bags) of ANY LICORICE as one serving (3 or more, more, more”servings per package”) that some people could experience less desirable results in the lower GI tract. Just , ah, words of advice, as this Finland licorice is just THAT good, and THAT enticing…. ; P Try not to eat the entire bag! or two bags! This actually HELPS ,naturally, motivates my lower GI tract, so no worries. heh.sorry. Maybe some folks might find this helpful information. EWwww. sorry.
Getting More for the Road
As some reviewers have noted, it is a little sticky, but I can’t see why/how that is a bad thing. The licorice is firm, but not so chewy as to make your jaw sore and literally is bursting with strong licorice flavor.
Tire Treads are great
Killer Black Licorice
Tire Tread is a Good Name for This Licorice
It is sticky. Some licorice you can hold between your fingers and pop into your mouth. Not this stuff. And heaven-forbid you get it near an angora sweater.
I also find the texture vaguely unpleasant. Some reviewers appreciated the softness of the product. To me it just felt characterless and mushy in my mouth. Not completely unpleasant, but not pleasant.
But more important than the tactile feel of the confection is the taste. And it gets worse with every bite! I’ve had some food items that tasted unusual at first, but got better and better the more I ate. Not Tire Tread licorice. Every bite has me sinking further into the taste of the manufacturing of vulcanized rubber.
I don’t think this candy’s problem is too much of a licorice taste. I’ve had various licorice products from Europe and Asia. No, the candy has a vaguely dirty taste, like it’s been tooling down the road before hopping in my mouth.
Strangely yummy and addictive.
sticky; beet juince sweeten
Lets say it is unique. Not in a bad unique way.