The ULTIMATE Liquorice Lover Box!

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The ULTIMATE Liquorice Lover Box!

Either you love it or you despise it: Liquorice. For Icelanders it seems to be more like: Either you love it or you are obsessed with it!

In this box we assembled ALL the liquorice-y products we have at the store! If you are into it you will love this box that incorporates liquorice in all kinds of different ways.

Mind you, this picture does't even contain all of the items in it! There is more! We just couldn't cram it all in there! Click and take a look at all the liquorice deliciousness that awaits you!

This box is just under 2 kilos folks so be careful and make it last! Like every other wonderful thing in life liquorice is unhealthy except it is enjoyed responsibly! Savour it! 


Háls Volcano - Chilli Liquorice tablets

These little devils really pack a punch! "Háls" means throat so these were originally made to soften and treat a sore throat. But like with anything else, Icelanders wanted liquorice and fire in it so now it hurts your throat to eat! Well, not really though. They are just delicious and spicy now.

Eitt Sett

Legend states that when kids in the 70's went to the candy store they would buy one classic Nói milk chocolate bar and one liquorice ribbon and eat them together. Picking up on the trend Nói started packaging the set and selling together as "One Set" or "Eitt Sett"! Try it!



Voxis Lakkrís

Voxis – Sugarfree with Liquorice! 

Just another proof that Icelanders will put liquorice in anything. The super popular Voxis Lozenges now come with Liquorice taste.

Great for a sore throat and have a lovely liquorice taste to them and still no sugar! Candy doesn't come a lot healthier than this nor a lot tastier!

Svarti Galdur

If you are like a lot of Icelanders, you are a liquorish purist. Meaning you despise any attempts at mixing liquorish with marzipan, chocolate, pepper, caramel...You just want your liquorish straight up! Svarti Galdur means Black Magic by the way...


Djúpur (classic, sterkur )

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

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.

Omnom (Liquorice & Sea Salt + Liquorice & Raspberry)

Omnom is an award-winning small-batch, handcrafted, artisanal chocolate maker based in Reykjavík, Iceland.
Each bar contains single-origin cocoa beans from Madagascar, Tanzania and Nicaragua; organic sugar cane; natural Icelandic milk powder — is individually sourced with care, placing ethics, sustainability and transparency at the heart of the process. These two are our favourites as they both contain liquorice!
Classic. Milk chocolate and liquorice chocolate bar. 2 liquorice straws inside delicious milk chocolate. Draumur means Dream...
For those who love the classic liquorice/marzipan mix but a prefer the bitter over the sweet. The Liquorice laces have less marzipan than the Stjörnu Rúla, but the same amount of bang for your buck.

Liquorice and Marcipan roll

What is there to say about liquorice? Icelanders love the stuff! It’s EVERYWHERE! And it’s the best liquorice you’re likely to have - possibly because heavy marzipan to liquorice ration - so stock up! With marzipan added to the mix, the sweet and bitter taste is sure to get your taste buds tinglin’.


Lakkrís Bombur!


Liquorice and chocolate fans, rejoice. Your favourite combination has come to life in the size of the pebbles of Iceland’s famous black beaches, although thankfully, not an actual rock. Take a bite from one and you’ll swim in the delectable, creaminess of chocolate followed by the strong notes of black liquorice. One of the most common candies in Iceland and an undeniably addictive pairing.

Bingó Kúlur!

Every Icelander knows the taste of these chewy liquorice balls. It is the taste of youth and unlike anything you will have tasted before we believe. Despite the cute name this is some bad ass candy. If you had a loose tooth you needed out as a child in Iceland you would most likely be prescribed a Bingó kúla to hasten the process. It is so sticky that sinking your tooth into it and pulling would surely do the job...


What are they? Well, Opal are small, round, salmiak liquorice pastilles that are one of the things you would find in the pocket or purse of the average Icelander and has been for decades. Everyone knows the taste and it doesn't change although they add varieties regularly (and so will we).


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24 October 2022
Gary L.
United States
I recommend this product

I Love Licorice

If anyone likes black licorice this is a great treat. Surprise after surprise.

04 May 2022
Kirsty S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Liquorice Lover Box

I was in liquorice heaven, definitely a worthwhile experience. I shared the contents with a friend and now I am regretting my decision

18 April 2022
United States United States
I recommend this product

Amazing black licorice package

I was Great . 4 stars because some of the items I didn't like. The Djupur both the brown and white coating were Amazing. I never had that before. The licorice tube with the sugar inside was also Amazing. The Opals are good. Overall a great experience