HaEn and licorice

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haen2
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Re: HaEn and licorice

Post by haen2 » Sat Aug 29, 2009 12:45 pm

Paulus II wrote:
haen2 wrote:Haring is Herring, we ate it cured in salt, ....
Indeed it is Haen, and I'm sure you've enjoyed your fair share of it but I think you missed the point on this one.......we now have haringdrop, shaped like a herring, very salty and coated in sugar........the most excellent drop ever :!: ......well.....in my humble little opinion anyways :D
All I can say about that: "yuck" !!!!! :oops:

I LOVE the real stuff though, but alas the dutch import store pricing because of the weak dollar, has gone for most items out of my reach.

Oh well, Salmon and Catfish are good too. :wink:

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joined forum early spring of 2002 as Haen- posts: legio :-)

Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think !

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Re: HaEn and licorice

Post by fridgeman » Sun Aug 30, 2009 6:47 am

Hello everyone!

In german it is called "Lakritz". There are products in germany with licorice included too,
i mostly love the "Salmiakpastillen". They are not only made of licorice but also of Salmiak
(Ammonium chloride) which makes the drop taste stronger. No sweets for kids :)
You can also buy a good Schnaps with licorice and some salmiak included, called Salmiakgeist.

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