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The Episcopallian road is easy and wide, for many go through it to find destruction. lol sorry channeling Isa.
Is that Dutch licorice the salted stuff?
I like absinthe for goodness sake, is that a big enough fan for ya?
Nastiest candy on Earth.
Oh my goodness, really?
Quote from: Wyatt on May 29, 2011, 10:48:12 PMI like absinthe for goodness sake, is that a big enough fan for ya? Ugh, absinthe is horrid! My husband can put that stuff away, but I can't stand it. Much too strong (but then again, I'm not a big fan of hard liquor in general, especially straight...).
(the red stuff ain't liquorice, y'all!)
I used to drink Jagermeister, does that count?
And FWIW, these are our Fathers too, you know.
^ Is that the one where you burn it first? What do you use to do that, a traditional lighter?
Quote from: IsmiLiora on May 30, 2011, 01:34:57 PM^ Is that the one where you burn it first? What do you use to do that, a traditional lighter?No, I believe that is called the Czech method. I am not sure if there is a name for the method I did, but I believe it is the traditional one. You pour the absinthe into the glass, lay the spoon on top of the glass with the sugar cube on top of the spoon, then slowly pour water over the sugar cube. The absinthe then begins to go from translucent green to an opaque white color.
Quote from: Aposphet on May 29, 2011, 09:20:55 PMNastiest candy on Earth.Next to Peeps, which are just evil.
Peeps are disgusting. I know this thread is about licorice, but I can't help myself. I would rather eat a mouthful of Allsorts than bite the head off a Peep.
You people are strange. Peeps are God's gift to humanity, plain and simple. Their sugary goodness always hits the spot!
There doesn't seem to be very many of us out there which means that there's more for those of us who do. Now, I'm talking about REAL liquorice that comes from the liquorice root and is traditionally black in color (the red stuff ain't liquorice, y'all!). I will also accept the artificial flavor of fennel. Whether it's soft chews or the candy coated pastels, I love liquorice! Any one else share this affinity?
Strange thing: I don't like liquorice candy, but anise is sometimes used to flavor it, and I like root beer, which I think contains the same thing.
I like Red Vines Black Licorice Twists (Molasses, Wheat Flour, Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring, Licorice Extract, Salt, Anise Flavor).
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