Panda licorice is the only licorice candy that my family eats and we go through it like crazy. It's been that way for generations. I remember my Gramma Adams always had some soft licorice chews in a bowl by her rocking chair. She would sit and do her sewing and mending. Every so often she would stop and take one for her and one for me! We would then just savor our licorice candy for a moment and go back to our projects. We lived miles from any major shopping area so it was always a big deal when we found it and we would have to stock up. Never knew how long it would last.
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Well it's been a long time since I sat in that sunny window and worked on sewing projects with Gramma Adams, and we still don't have a reliable local source of Panda Licorice. Living off the beaten path has many advantages finding exotic and gourmet licorice candy from Finland isn't one of them. So Amazon to the rescue!
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Panda licorice always features prominently in our candy holidays - Halloween, Valentine's Day, and Easter. It's that special treat that's in beautiful wrapping paper in our Halloween and Easter baskets. And what would our Xmas stockings be without it! My sisters love the fruit flavors mostly raspbery. But I have to admit that I love the original licorice and herbs without the fruit. Although now I'm partial to the Candy-Coated Panda Licorice
I grew up in a family of organic gardeners, who don't like a lot of chemicals in their food. While Panda gourmet licorice isn't organic it is basic and made with wholesome ingredients and no artificial coloring or ingredients. Panda licorice products are Kosher certified and appropriate for vegan gifts!
The basic Panda licorice chews have molasses, wheat flour, licorice extract, natural flavor (aniseed oil).
If you want to kick up the flavor a notch go to the Panda licorice with herbs - molasses, wheat flour, licorice extract, star anise, herbal extracts (peppermint leaves, shop vervain wort, orange leaves, marsh mallow root, glycyrrhiza glabra, iceland moss, blackberry leaves, plantain herb, thyme leaves, torch weed flowers, red poppy flowers lungworth leaves, elder flowers, milfoil flowers, sage leaves, mallow flowers, primrose flowers).
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Panda Licorice Gift Idea
Combine Gourmet Licorice and Sports Candy Dishes
We've all got those aunts and uncles that we want to give a gift to - but can't quite seem to find the right item (at the right price!) Well I'd suggest some Panda Licorice and a ceramic candy dish. These dishes are perfect for the sports lovers. If your Aunt and Uncle are baseball or football fans and love to watch the games together these would be perfect.
My family and I aren't the only ones who love Panda licorice. I enjoyed the Youtube video that showed the English guy describing what Panda licorice candy he and his girlfriend bought at the factory. I'd love to be able to visit Finland and see where it's made. I met you get great samples and taste treats during their tour. The prices sound great as well. Of course the plane tickets would be killers! I was hoping to see some of the Panda licorice factory, but maybe they don't allow pictures.