Q: I normally use an entire licorice stick in a brew, how do these compare? i.e. is one stick equal to a package of licorice drops?
A: the sticks are typically around .5oz per stick to use as an equivalent called for in each recipe
Q: Does this have "Glycyrrhiza glabra"? I want to make sure as too much additive can effect people with high blood pressure. Is it possible to get the food safety sheet for the TTB liquor authority?
A: we have requested this information from the vendor and will send it along via Email as soon as we have a response
Q: Will this give a nice dark to black color for alcohol?
A: this will provide some coloration to the beverage but is more so intended for flavoring
Q: Is it a hard candy like a candy cane?
A: Yes this would be a hard candy and not soft like licorice rope type candy
Q: What are the ingredients in this product12161p861?
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Q: Is the brittle licorice stick called for in ice cream recipes? And is it Calabria licorice? Thanks
A: This is a firm but not brittle stick of licorice. The licorice is from Italy, but we do not know if it is from the Calabria region.
Q: what is the difference between the licorice stick you sell and the licorice sticks i buy at the candy store?
A: This is not candy. It is pure full strength licorice used as an additive and flavoring. Candy licorice has very little of this powerful flavor.