Liquorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra in latin) is the root of a bush about one meter high. The roots alone can stretch up to ten meters. They look like plain sticks and should, at the very least, be three years old before they are harvested. Liquorice root grows around the Mediterranean, the Middle East, India and China.
When we make our soft liquorice we use liquorice powder, sugar, syrup and rice flour. It is cooked for about forty minutes, creating a thick black paste. The paste is then stretched out into long strands where it is cut into large pieces. When making salty liquorice we add salmiak, which is the only ingredient that differs the sweet and salty liquorice. We use rice flour in order to make it gluten free.
Formex is the largest meeting place for nordic interior design with a whole section for taste. You will find Lakritsfabriken i Ramlösa on sight with ScandChoco AB. Please visit us in our stand C01:02 to try all of our news. For more information visit, www.formex.se Stockholmsmässan 23rd-26th of August 2017
Formland is the trade fair in Denmark where you collect your purchases, enjoy the latest collections within Nordic design and taste combined with trends for 2017/18. Be inspired and update your store with plenty of product news. You will find Lakritsfabriken i Ramlösa on sight with our danish distributor Chokolade Compagniet. Please visit their stand 9260 […]