Taveners Liquorice Comfits – Traditional English Liquorice Sweets
Taveners Liquorice Comfits – traditional English liquorice sweets as created by Pascalls sweets (Established in 1866 and now part of Taverners).
These comfits consist of mild sweet liquorice covered by a colourful crispy sugar coating and flavoured with anise. Like torpedoes but smaller.
No artificial colours or flavours. Vegetarian & dairy-free.
Taveners was established in 1904 by William Henry Tavener. Taveners are famous for iconic and traditional sweets such as Liquorice Allsorts, Coconut Mushrooms, Wine Gums and Jelly Babies. They have factories in the sweet manufacturing capital of the UK (Pontifract) and through acquisition, make one of the earliest surviving Pontefract cakes after taking ownership of Wilkinsons of Pontefract. They form part of a larger group of companies that includes Barratt (Which at one point was owned by Bassett’s!)
WHEAT flour (WHEAT flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), sugar, treacle, dextrose, glucose syrup, modified tapioca starch, colours( curcumin, anthocyanins, mixed carotenes), glazing agents (shellac, carnauba wax) liquorice extract, plant concentrates (safflower extract, spirulina), aniseed oil.
Please note that all ingredients information is as provided by the manufacturer. Allergy Information is in bold.
Typical values per 100g.
|Energy||1522 kJ / 358 kcal|
|of which saturates||0.2g|
|of which sugars||56.9g|