Licorice mania continues in Iceland: Now for licorice cheesecake!

Licorice has always been a popular sweet in Iceland but in recent years, licorice and Turkish pepper (a Danish licorice candy flavoured with ammonium chloride) made its way into all kinds of foods. This includes candy, ice-cream, cakes, salt, almonds, nuts, raisins and even skyr. 

The latest addition is a new licorice flavoured cheesecake from dairy company MS. The mbl.is, food web recommends eating it with a licorice flavoured sauce. Try if you dare. 

 

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Exchange rates

USD USD 106.65 EUR EUR 124.20
GBP GBP 139.04 DKK DKK 16.67
NOK NOK 12.95 SEK SEK 11.97
CHF CHF 106.80 JPY JPY 0.95
ISK price of selected currencies, according to the official exchange rate of the Central Bank of Iceland. Updated daily.