Dutch Double Salt Liquorice Triangles
Hello! These are our Dutch Double Salt Liquorice Triangles. If you’ve never tried Dutch salty liquorice, then you really should! To give your taste buds a culture shock! But, if you don’t eat it all at once, slowly, slowly catchy a newly acquired taste, then you could be in for a fresh and unusual treat.
Know your salt, sweety?
However, if you know you are salty from your sweet liquorice sensations, you might also know that the DZ on the top of these little loves stands for Dubbel Zout or double salt. This is why this liquorice practically sizzles when it touches your tongue! You may also be Dutch, and then you could tell us a thing or two about salty liquorice 🙂 Also, if you would like to read an entertaining article about this subject, we recommend Mark Binnelli’s piece, ‘Salty Tooth’, in the New York Times.
Where does the flavour come from
The delicious zinging salty flavour in these Dutch Liquorice Triangles comes from this excellent recipe’s particular blend of ingredients. The prominent salt flavour comes from Sal ammonia (ammonium chloride), so this kind of liquorice is called Salmiak liquorice, or salty liquorice or if you’re in the Netherlands, Zout or Dubbel Zout. The liquorice flavour comes from the roots of the liquorice plant Glycyrrhiza glabra.
You’ve made an excellent choice. We’ve been checking out these Dutch Double Salt Liquorice Triangles for a little while now so that we can describe them to you. Consequently, I’m singing the Malcolm McLaren classic and enjoying the salty sensation immensely. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do! We would love to hear what you think, and please give us a star rating on the review tab next door.
- Low Fat
- Delicious Dutch recipe
- Double salt flavour
- Long shelf life
- Great gift idea
- Quality Dutch Liquorice
- Liquorice crew approved!
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