Liquorice is made from extracts of liquorice root
A bag of tricks. Pingvin's most popular liquorice rod in a bite-size version.
Spunk' is named after Astrid Lindgren's "Pippi Longstocking", who invents the word and goes looking for a 'Spunk'. We've found it.
The hard salmiac liquorice was created in the 70's when jeans were the hot new thing.
A homage to the old trams of Copenhagen. The Little Mermaid motif is the same as on the original tokens of the trams.
Go'e Stænger are the popular soft liquorice rods packed with flavour. They are available as a mix for those who love them all.
This strong and salty liquorice rod was created in 1990. Today, it is the most popular 'Pingvin' rod.
Ga-Jol Original was launched as a pastille against hoarse throat and coughing in 1933 under the slogan 'The Danish weather is Ga-Jol weather'.