Swedish Soft Salt Skulls
Hej! These are our Swedish Soft Salt Skulls. If you’ve never tried Swedish salty liquorice, then you really should! Just to give your taste buds a playful slap round the chops! Watch out, though, because they do grow on you, and you could be in for a fresh and unusual taste bud experience. To be honest, we weren’t that keen, to begin with, I mean for the first five seconds until the twists and turns of the flavour sensation have converted us into Swedish Salty Liquorice lovers!
Know your salt, sweety?
Also, if you would like to read an entertaining article about the subject of salty liquorice, 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 Swedish Soft Salt Skulls comes from this excellent recipe’s particular blend of ingredients. In Swedish, ‘Salmiaklakrits’, which is Salmiak Liquorice, salmiak or sal ammoniac, is also the archaic name for the chemical compound ammonium chloride. The liquorice flavour comes from the roots of the liquorice plant Glycyrrhiza glabra.
You’ve made an excellent choice. We’ve been taste-testing Swedish Salty Liquorice for some time now. Consequently, they’ve joined our list of favourite guilty pleasures. 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 Swedish recipe
- Salty flavour
- Long shelf life
- Great gift idea
- Liquorice crew approved!
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Unusual! These were a bit too salty for me and the flavour is unlike any liquorice I have ever eaten before. If you love salty sweets and a fan of the sour sweets, give this a go.