Monday, February 4, 2013

Eat with your Eyes: Myzel’s Licorice Assortment

Licorice Assortment

A little sampling of Licorice from Myzel’s in New York City that I picked up. Most are items I’ve had before, so it was nice to have the comfort of something tried and true. The one on the right end is the only one I’d never had before, it’s thyme and rosemary from Italy. It’s a soft, glycerine style licorice. Not very sweet at all with the balsam notes of the herbs.

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  1. I am a fan of myzels! I have had every piece you picture an yes I just love the herb flavor licorice from Italy the owner suggested I give this a try its wonderful!I also just love the green apple aussie licorice she has in her shop!

    Comment by artemisloop on 2/05/13 at 12:07 pm #
  2. If someone wants to buy particular sorts:
    1.(Don’t know)
    2.Kattekop (attention, put snoep (candy) after or you will get real catheads)
    3.(Don’t know)
    4.Salmiakpastilles
    5.Honingdrop
    6.Griotten
    7.Laurierdrop

    Comment by Anne on 2/20/13 at 4:39 am #

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