A wise person once said that if you can get to know a nation’s candy you can get to know a nation’s heart. For this box we did a lot of research and scientifically calculated how much Icelandic candy an average person needs to survive for one month. The answer lies within this box. Filled to the brim with all the best candy Iceland has come up with. Subscribe and get your doze monthly (or bi-monthly) to prevent you from going into withdrawal!
Traditional Icelandic Chocolate bar. Generations of Icelanders have grown up stealing this from their parents baking pantries. An absolute classic of a chocolate.
2. Nói Siríus - Kropp 200g
Nóa kropp is an Icelandic classic. Could possibly be likened to Maltesers in some sense but smaller and lighter (and better in our humble opinion)...By no means a controversial candy and goes with anything as well. Put it on a cake, ice cream or have some with coffee. Doesn´t matter. Everyone likes it.
Enter the deep! Djúpur is not as old a product as one would think by the room it seems to inhabit in every Icelanders heart. The combination af hard, sugary shell-like exterior with soft chocolate and liquorice interior has made "Djúpur" one of the most celebrated candy brands in Iceland. Like a pop song that haunts you for decades on end, the word "Djupur" will very possibly be on your mind and lips more often than you will admit.
Apollo Lakkrís (x2)
Icelanders have an odd obsession and dare I say addiction towards black liquorice and Apollo is the gateway drug sort to speak. Combined with some sort of marcepany sweet substance the liquorice takes on a whole new persona and before you realize it, you have devoured all of that persona.
Arrived I damaged, candy was all inside sell by dates, what we have tried was tasty, nice to get a copy of the Grapevine as packing. We will order again some day.