Black Coloured Sweets
Liquorice makes up the majority of the black sweet category as there are just so many different kinds! There's liquorice wheels, sticks, rock twists, gums, coins and that's not even mentioning them all or when it's mixed with something else! Then you could have catherine wheels, cream rock, blackcurrant and toffee just to name a few! Liquorice is always a fast favourite whether it just be something to nibble on, to decorate a cake or ... other reasons. Liquorice wheels are used as wheels on train or car cakes or sometimes unraveled to be used as laces. Another sweet found in the black sweets category are tasty aniseed goodies. Army and Navy is a popular one. Of course, so are Black Jacks which should not be found without their orange counterpart Fruit Salads! These black and orange sweets also go great together for some spooky Halloween coloured treats!
These little fellers have different flavour tasty sherbet crystals inside the liquorice tube. We're not sure why they are called flyers though. Maybe because they fly off the shelves These are the Giant Liquorice Flyers (14cm long and 1cm diameter)...they're not exactly big, imagine the small ones...!
They're a bit like a Sherbet Fountain, but in reverse!
Price is for 1 Liquorice Flyer
Sugar;Wheat Flour;Treacle;Water;Colours (E150c; E162; E160a; E100);Liquorice Extract;Humectant (E422);Citric Acid;Salt;Stabilisers (E414; E413);Flavourings;Dextrose;Emulsifier (E471)’Û_
Seriously good quality Belgian Arabic gum really hard liquorice coins made by Joris. A good strong liquorice taste with just a mild sweetness. This hard liquorice has to be sucked before it can be chewed which means that it lasts about a mega ten minutes!
If you're a liquorice connoisseur, then test drive these ones. They rattle around the tub and sound like marbles, thats how hard they are, though they're not brittle hard, more gummy hard, and the quality is outstanding.
Modified Starch; Sugar; Glucose Syrup; Ammonium Chloride; Cane Sugar Molasses; Colour: Caramel; Liquorice Extract; Flavourings; Vegetable Oil (Coconut); Glazing Agent: Beeswax.