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Today Is National Licorice Day

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Red Vines Red And Black Mix

Today, April 12 is National Licorice Day! So go out and get yourself some licorice and celebrate! If you’re not into the real stuff (the black licorice), I heartily recommend some Red Vines – man they’re good.

If you are into the hard stuff, drop by Licorice International – they can hook you up with some good stuff. Take a browse through our licorice category for lots and lots of licorice reviews so you can find something really good.

So, what’s your favorite way to celebrate National Licorice Day?



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6 Responses to “Today Is National Licorice Day”

  1. 1
    Sera says:

    By eating some, of course! :)

    I’m trying some Crows and some Red Vines….mmm!

  2. 2
    Natalie says:

    Hehe, we just picked up a bag of the family sized red-vines. Yum! Oh, and we picked up some movies too, if you want to count that in.

  3. 3
    CandyLuvr says:

    Rainbow vines are awesome!!!!!!!!!! Though I do hate the real, black licorice!!! You celebrate by eating them!!!!

  4. 4
    Kim says:

    Oh man! I missed National Licorice Day! sigh I would go for the black licorice, it’s the best! Well, it’s all good but black licorice is where it’s at :)

  5. 5
    Carol Ferndale says:

    Really interesting to read about National Licorice Day. I live in the UK, in the home of Pontefract Cakes and Liquorice All Sorts. The town actually has a Liquorice Festival in July, with activities around the medieval town centre, and at the castle, (which, amazingly, was mentioned in Shakespeare’s Richard III).

    It seems that the town’s sandy soil is uniquely suited to growing liquorice, but now in fact the plant is imported from Spain.

    Well done on a great site!

  6. 6
    Bill Gates says:

    Try some dutch salty licorice, with ammomium cholride as the third ingredient! Celebrate with REAL licorice!

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