Warm, pungent, and full bodied. This is how natural licorice is supposed to taste - not super sweet with just a ‘licorice-like’ candy flavor. Licorice has a natural, full-bodied and aromatic character – loading it up with additional sweeteners, whether natural or artificial, destroys the flavor of true Licorice.
Meltzer’s goes all out with our top of the line all natural licorice Puremints made with real DGL licorice root not just flavor. Meltzer's natural licorice mints contains a special type of licorice called DGL (deglycerrhized) Licorice. DGL Licorice is particularly known for it's healthy & beneficial effects on digestion and is the subject of ongoing research.
Meltzer's all natural licorice formula is further enhanced with organic Anise seed, organic Cardamom, and organic Fennel for the most delicious, full-bodied licorice natural mint available.
Licorice lovers will fall in love with these true licorice mints – even red licorice lovers who swear to not like black licorice have converted after tasting Meltzer’s DGL Licorice mints!
Gluten free and Non-GMO with organic herbs.
Meltzer's DGL Licorice: Cane sugar, DGL Licorice root extract (deglycerrhized), Natural flavor, Organic Licorice root, Peppermint oil, Organic Anise, Organic Fennel, Organic Cardamom, Stearic acid (vegetable).
Melissa Allison (Submitted on 12th Jan 2018)
This mint tastes great and is good for you! It's so nice to do business with a local company that actually cares about me as a customer.
Unknown (Submitted on 9th Oct 2017)
The Dgl mints are delicious, but I'm pretty sure that the ones I received are moldy. They have little discolored specks on them, is that normal?
Meltzer's: Yes that is completely normal. The specks are from the natural herbs in the formula which we grind fresh each batch. Sometimes they are larger than others. We print this info right on the tin. Glad you loved them!
D. B. Robinson (Submitted on 26th Jul 2017)
Everything about these pastilles is perfect--the blend of flavors, the texture, and the amount of sweetness. If I had a complaint--and I don't--it would only be that they're not sold more widely. (Not that ordering them is that hard . . . .)