Salmiak coins / salmiak poen
Salmiak coins are moderately salty and slightly sweet. Soft liquorice inside, hard outside and very chewable.
This golden brown Dutch liquorice (drop) looks like old Dutch coins, embossed with a logo and '1 duit'.
They are also known as 'salmiak duiten' or 'salmiak riksen'.
Made by K&H
Dutch salmiak duiten trivia
The duit was a copper Dutch coin worth 2 penning, mostly used in the 17th and 18th century.
There are a lot of sayings in the Netherlands mentioning the 'duit', here are two examples:
"Putting a duit in the bag" (Een duit in het zakje doen) – to contribute something
"He is a duit-thief" (Hij is een duitendief) – he is very greedy
1 sealed bag
Net weight 250g
WARNING contains: wheat