or lic·o·rice all·sorts
plural noun Chiefly British.
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Icelanders, for example, have over two-dozen kinds of chocolate-covered liquorice, and the Japanese love their Cream Collon.How to Get Cheaper Tickets, Live Like a Local, and Other Great Travel Hacks|Brandon Presser|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One branch of the local export trade to which we may refer is that in liquorice, a plant that grows wild freely on the plain.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
Honey and a strong infusion of liquorice boiled to a proper consistence.
For internal use, an equal weight of liquorice root (sliced) is commonly added.
Hufeland recommends the addition of a little liquorice root.
Make a strong tea of everlasting—strain, and put to a quart of it two ounces of figs or raisins, two of liquorice, cut in bits.The American Housewife|Anonymous