These tiny licorice candies with a touch of mint are a French classic and a powerful breath-freshener. The signature yellow tin is instantly recognized by anyone in France.
Cachou candies were invented by the pharamacist Léon Lajaunie at the end of the 19th century in the southwestern city of Toulouse. Their composition has not changed to this day and they are still made in Toulouse.
6 grams / 0.2 oz
Ingredients: licorice, sugar, corn starch, cachou powder, iris powder, natural mint flavoring, coloring agent, vegetal fat, pistachio tree resin, gelatin, carnauba wax, soya lecithine
Be aware that excessive consumption of liquorice is not recommended for persons suffering from high blood pressure.