Lakrids by Bülow

Lakrids by Bülow Danish Licorice

$22
Lakrids by Bülow

Lakrids by Bülow Danish Licorice

$22
4.9 Stars / 10 Reviews

Sweet meets salty.

Licorice fan or no, we think you’ll be sweet on this confection. It comes from Johan Bülow, a Danish maker whose very first batch sold out in two hours—yep, two hours. Aside from your usual sweet, salty, and red flavors, it’s also coming in a whole slew of chocolate-covered options, like classic milk chocolate, passion fruit white chocolate, plus dark chocolate sea salt. (There’s even a habanero take for you spice lovers out there.) Licorice will never be the same...trust us.


and Easy-Breezy Returns

Lakrids, the Danish word for licorice, are made the old-school way with real licorice root, molasses, and gluten-free rice flour. The red American strings you might be used to? They’re made to look like the original root but are often strawberry or cherry flavored. Johan Bülow and his team specialize in the classic stuff—chewy, anise-y, and super-satisfying—and are the first maker to coat the candy in chocolate (some even have gold dust!), as part of their mission to convert the whole world into licorice lovers. We’re here for it.

Sweet meets salty.

Licorice fan or no, we think you’ll be sweet on this confection. It comes from Johan Bülow, a Danish maker whose very first batch sold out in two hours—yep, two hours. Aside from your usual sweet, salty, and red flavors, it’s also coming in a whole slew of chocolate-covered options, like classic milk chocolate, passion fruit white chocolate, plus dark chocolate sea salt. (There’s even a habanero take for you spice lovers out there.) Licorice will never be the same...trust us.


and Easy-Breezy Returns

Lakrids, the Danish word for licorice, are made the old-school way with real licorice root, molasses, and gluten-free rice flour. The red American strings you might be used to? They’re made to look like the original root but are often strawberry or cherry flavored. Johan Bülow and his team specialize in the classic stuff—chewy, anise-y, and super-satisfying—and are the first maker to coat the candy in chocolate (some even have gold dust!), as part of their mission to convert the whole world into licorice lovers. We’re here for it.

Meet the Maker

Lakrids by Bülow

Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish founder Johan Bülow always felt that licorice, a Scandinavian favorite, was underappreciated. That’s why he opened a small shop in Svaneke in 2007, cooking the confection on-site so customers could smell it from 100 meters away. (The first batch sold out in two hours—no surprises there.) Word quickly spread, and now fans the world over are finding delight in all the sweet and salty notes "lakrids" can offer.
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