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What Are You Doing This Father’s Day? Make It a Movie Night
By Nate Day When it comes to holidays, most people prepare themselves with a “What’s in it for me?” mindset. Most holidays involve getting gifts or attention—but that doesn’t mean it’s the best way to spend the time! Doing the...
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Learn About the Different Types of Licorice
Licorice comes in so many shapes, sizes, and textures. Dutch, Finnish, Australian; licorice ropes, twists, coins, and novelty shapes like dogs, cats, and pretzels - where do you even start? Then there's black licorice, red licorice, salty, and sour licorice. What's the difference? Let's take a look at the types of licorice available and learn more about them in detail
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Licorice Sweets vs. Chocolate Sweets: Who’s Better?
Both licorice and chocolate have their die-hard fans, but how can you determine - objectively - which one is better? Is it which has been famous the longest? Which people spend the most money on every year? Taste and mouthfeel...
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What Does Black Licorice Taste Like?
How do you describe the taste of black licorice to someone who’s never tried it before? When so many people have extreme opinions about their licorice preference, it’s important to understand why you like (or dislike) black licorice! So, in this article, learn all about the taste of black licorice and more.
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Licorice: The Perfect Graduation Gifts For Her & Him!
Graduation gifts for him & her are so often tech-based or expensive prestige items. Reward your graduate for their hard work with our delicious licorice gifts!
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The History of Licorice in Australia
Looking up Finnish or Dutch licorice history is easy. What about the history of licorice in Australia? Learn more about Aussie licorice making & history here!
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The Sweet Traditions of Mother's Day
There are so many beloved traditions surrounding Mother’s Day, and I love that they’re old-fashioned and haven’t changed much over time, despite technology. It’s a beautiful way to honor the legacy of the women who came before us generations ago.
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5 Surprising Health Benefits of Licorice Root
Licorice - the popular sweet treat millions of Americans love - also has some surprising health benefits. In fact, licorice is considered one of the oldest herbal medicines ever! Click here to learn more about licorice benefits and plethora of medicinal qualities!
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What Is Licorice Made Of?
Licorice lovers all over the world will tell you that what most people call licorice today technically isn't licorice at all. What these delicious licorice treats are made of also varies depending on which country you live in. Check out this article to get a full-depth understanding of the various types of licorice and what unique ingredients make each flavor so special!
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National Licorice Day: a day to celebrate your love for licorice!
On National Licorice Day, licorice lovers have full permission to enjoy their favorite treats. Originally created to celebrate black licorice in all its forms, this holiday also recognizes the history, health benefits, and universality of licorice around the world. In this article, learn all about the history and celebrations of National Licorice Day!
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Did you know that King Tut loved Licorice?
The life of ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, King Tut (also known as Tutankhamun, but let’s stick to King Tut) revealed an incredible amount of information about what royal life was like in Egypt. But most importantly for our purposes, he revealed...
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Licorice: The Surprising Health Benefits
We love licorice for countless reasons, but something that we are always eager to share is its numerous health benefits. Licorice root is composed of hundreds of compounds, some of which have been proven to do amazing things for health! Read this article to learn all about it!
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Napoleon Bonaparte’s Licorice Obsession
Napoleon Bonaparte’s Licorice Obsession  Napoleon Bonaparte was undoubtedly “bitten by the licorice bug”. According to notes found from Louis Constant Wairy, Napoleon’s personal concierge of 14 years, every morning, Napoleon had licorice flavored with aniseed. In his pocket, he always...
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