Overheard conversation at Icelandic candy factory: "Liquorice and marzipan goes great together." "Yeah, so does chocolate and puffed rice..." "But...What if....Just hold my beer for a second!"
‘Hraun’ means ‘Lava,’ and this bar is shaped as though a chocolate-spouting volcano erupted over a liquorish and marsipan-field of puffed rice and maize starch (That’s probably how it’s advertised, anyway). The texture is rough, and bits and pieces of puffed rice pop out like a bits of a lava field.
Ingredients: Sugar, flour, cocoa butter, desiccated coconut, liquorice root, cocoa liquor,milk powder, skimmed milk powder, rice (rice, sugar, salt, malted barley), salt, salmiac, salt, glucose, gelatine, lactic acid, rapeseed oil, vanillin, flavours, glycerol (E422), colours (E122 may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children, E150, E153),emulsifier: soya lecithin (E322). Contains liquorice – people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.
Could contain traces of hazelnuts, almonds and coconuts.
reikvik brother hallo vlk I've never tried sweets yet. The letter is interesting to order Dhl delivery is faster than any other company in Iceland. I'm still going to listen to the bank in Korea and order it, so please wait a little bit for the Reikevik brothers. But i don't know if it's the Reikevik brothers. I'm curious that I'm in business with the Reikevik brothers, but i'm not authorized to pay in Singapore on my phone. What is relevant to approval by Singapore? Not Is It Lanci I love being a sleaguais. bless bless gisu