GA-JOL lakrids / Liquorice
GA-JOL from “GALLE & JESSEN” is the name of very popular liquorice pastilles, sold in millions every year, – as many as 600. GA-JOL have been at the market since 1933, but was actually tried sold – without succes – as far back as 1875, at that time under the name “Icelandic moss pastil”. I believe this name would sell perfectly today, but apparently not at that time.
The name GA-JOL is a combination of the two inventors names; GALLE, JESSEN and MENTHOL. There are 11 different types , I´m eating the salt licorice while I´m writing this.
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Wikipedia about Liquorice