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Macris Chocolates

Licorice Allsorts

Regular price $6.95 USD
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These are a type of confectionery that includes a mix of licorice candies combined with various other sweet treats. Here’s a description of the different types typically found in a bag of Liquorice Allsorts:

  • Coconut Rolls: Cylindrical shapes with a licorice center and a surrounding layer of coconut-flavored fondant.
  • Aniseed Jelly Buttons: Round sweets covered in tiny, nonpareil sugar balls, often pink or blue.
  • Sandwich Sweets: Layers of colored fondant with licorice sandwiched in between.
  • Plain Licorice: Simple licorice sticks or rounds without additional fondant or other flavors.
  • Liquorice and Fondant Squares: Cubes or rectangular pieces with alternating layers of licorice and fondant in various colors like pink, orange, and yellow.

Liquorice Allsorts were first created in 1899 by the English company. The story goes that a salesman named Charlie Thompson accidentally mixed up the different types of licorice sweets he was carrying in his sample case, and the resulting assortment was well-received by a client, leading to the creation of Licorice Allsorts. Since then, these sweets have become a beloved classic in the UK and beyond.




Chocolate is extremely sensitive to warm temperatures. When shipping to warm weather areas, we pack the chocolates with ice and insulation. All of our chocolates have a transit time of 1-3 days. Please note we typically ship Monday-Wednesday to ensure your chocolate isn't sitting unattended over a weekend.

At this time we are not able to ship ice cream, although you may shop in store or place an order online for pickup in store.

Care Instructions

We recommend storing our chocolate in a cool, dry place, with an ideal temperature of 55-70 degrees F. We recommend NOT storing your chocolate in your refrigerator. Much like baking soda, chocolate is susceptible to absorbing unwanted odors. Being exposed to cold temperatures for too long can also cause your chocolate to bloom.