Red Vines Black Licorice Twists
Red Vines black licorice twists are an old time licorice, with a chewy texture and a rich smooth black licorice flavor, perfect for those who like black licorice. Many customers prefer red vines brand licorice over Twizzler brand as it has a sweeter smooth taste.
When it come to making licorice American Licorice Company knows what they are doing. They have been making licorice since 1914. Although there are many different brands available Red Vines is still the number one seller.
Red Vines Brand is
• Fat Free
• Has No Preservatives
• Low in Sodium
• Peanut Free
• Star-K kosher-certified
• Made In The USA
Red Vines are also available in original red licorice
240 count licorice twists per tub. Tub is air tight to maintain freshness.
More Nostalgic Candies You May Enjoy
|I remember fondly trick or treating in the late 50s early 60s. We did our trick or treating at night, in the dark, and I couldn't wait to get back to my house with my best friend Peggy to sort through our candy treasures. Oddly enough, I can't remember the name of my favorite candy. It came in a small box like candy cigarettes. I think the box was red ï¿½ and the brand might have been Ferrara. It was a black licorice formed into hollow tubes a little wider in diameter than a candy cigarette and about the same in length. They were a hard licorice that lasted for hours. I searched for those first in my bag of treasures and that was the first candy that I ate. After we did a taste test of our favorite candy, we got down to business and started trading for our favorites. My friend Peggy didnï¿½t like black licorice ï¿½ what a stroke of luck - I always ended up with double the rewards and would trade anything she wanted for those tasty licorice treats. If you remember the name of the candy and/or know if it still is in existence, I would love to know. I imagine itï¿½s no longer in production as we have a local store of nostalgic candy that do not recall what it is nor have they been able to find it. It would be interesting to see if I still like it as much as I remember or if my tastes have changed. Thanks for giving me a chance to recall a blast from the past!|
- Cindy S.
In the rural country of Montana, I was raised on a ranch with goodly parents who took us to town from time to time to see Grandpa and Grandma. I always knew what that meant. a trip with my hand in Grandpas hand walking up town to pick out our favorite sweet treat. It wasn't just me but my older sister too. We could pick out anything we wanted. I would stoop down and look and sure enough my favorite candy was always there; a small red box that said Helps across the box. It wasn't just any ordinary box, but one you could push the inside one way or the other; the flap had a small hole in which a small little square black licorice could fall out into your hand. In those days at most it cost ten cents. Grandpa was elated that we had what we wanted and then we walked home again with our hand in Grandpa's and our treat in the other. Years past now, I long to find a box of Helps. My favorite candy is black licorice; that is what these Helps were to me…. a help to touch my sweet tooth.