Oatfield Irish Licorice Toffee / Irish Liquorice Toffee 160g
- Irish Licorice Toffee
- Product of Ireland
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Top Customer Reviews
Two weeks passed before the Walker Nonsuch Licorice arrived. I guess it comes from England which also explains the higher price (shipping inclusive in the price). But was it ever worth the wait! It tastes and feels pretty much identical to Callard & Bowsers licorice toffee!!! I immediately felt remorseful that I had only ordered a single bag because that old craving had returned and I knew this bag was not going to last long. I ate three immediately and then had to force myself to stop.. I'm thrilled! So I'm stopping by to share this revelation on my way to ordering more....much more.... of this delicious toffee. Walkers Nonsuch Licorice Toffee is my new gold standard in licorice toffees. So in this licorice battle between Ireland and England I think the victory goes clearly to the latter.
** Please correct me if I'm wrong but if you plan to order more than one bag I believe it's cheaper to order from a seller that does not include the shipping in the price because the shipping gets added to each bag whereas if you order with the shipping shown separately it will give the actual cost of shipping for the weight of your order.
I too revere the memory of Collard and Bowser. (So many people mention C and B in these comments you would think there would a quite a market for them.) In any case, I probably won't buy these again.
On to the Oatfields....these are very reminiscent of the old C&B toffee. Very tasty but as another customer said, something seemed missing. The creamy/buttery flavor isn't there. Also, the Oatfields are much harder. If you have dental work concerns, but careful to not chew them to quickly or vigorously. Anyway, definitely a solid 4 of 5. Now I'm on to the Walkers taste test next as I wait for them to arrive from England.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These seemed too hard and stale. And it was odd that the ink from the wrappers came off on my fingers when I opened it??? Were these real or a knock off??Published 20 days ago by Doggie Mama
Was hoping for something exactly like Callard & Bowser's licorice toffee. Not quite it, though. Fairly high priced, as it's imported.Published 26 days ago by roblor
Loved it! Reminded me of old Callard & Bowser licorice toffee, no longer available. Hard and chewy, but delicious. Beware: Not for those with fragile teeth!Published 2 months ago by L. J. Cardin
Terrible ! I threw the full bag out after tasting first piece.Published 2 months ago by suzette delong
I was imaging soft licorice toffees: basically licorice-flavored caramels. These do NOT have a great flavor, it's funky. Try another brandPublished 2 months ago by Anjanette Fantucci
Don't bother. They arrived stale in worn wrappers. Unable to eat.Published 2 months ago by Anita Bocchicchio