Celebrate National Licorice Day in Tut and Napoleon Style
Thanks to the Panda folks, we have been made aware that today is National Licorice Day. For us licorice and anise-adorers, this is just cause to stuff our faces with the chewy stuff. But for those of you out there who nearly dry-heaved when you found a black jellybean in the Easter basket, well... read on and maybe we can convert you.
A veritable Rain Man of confectionary knowledge, Dumas can point you to his most popular (soft, sweet tubes from New Zealand), weirdest (little cubes with the consistency of marshmallows), funkiest (powder like Fun Dip), hottest (Tyrkisk Peber, a hard, black version with the flavor of flaming pepper), and racist (licorice babies--don't ask for the nickname) sellers in a matter of seconds.
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