Fazer Tyrkisk Peber Original 375g travel pack
Salmiakki pepper candies.
Ingredients: sugar, starch syrup, ammonium chloride (salmiack), licorice extract, salt, vegetable oil, aromas (e.g. pepper aroma), color (E 153).
Dairy-free, lactose-free, gluten-free (less than 0.02% gluten), vegan
About Turkisk Peber
Turkisk Peber is anything but a tame and restrained salmiak experience. Tyrkisk Peber challenges you to try soft and hard, different flavors and salmiak strengths. Strength is expressed on a four-level scale. The four flames are not suitable for novice salmon eaters. Instead, a single flame is an easier case.
Fiery bags, licorice stick and hard lollipop.
The product range includes Turkisk Peber Original and Turkisk Peber Firewood, Turkisk Peber Hot & Sour, Turkisk Peber Bonfire. Turkisk Peber Firewood and Original are also available as licorice sticks and lollipops. Turkisk Peppers are also sold as loose candies.
Turkish pepper is one of Fazer's most valued products, also internationally.
The Danish confectionery company Perelly started the production of Tyrkisk Peber in 1977. In 1996, their production moved to the Fazer factory in Lappeenranta, and since then the popularity of the product has grown in the whole of Pohjola. In the early 1990s, Tyrkisk Peber was an incredibly popular product also in schnapps glasses. Do you still remember the salmiakki shot?
Milestones in the history of Turkisk Peber:
1977: Tyrkisk Peber is born in Denmark.
1996: Production moves to Lappeenranta.
1998: Turkisk Peber Soft is launched.
2001: Turkisk Peber Hot & Sour is launched.
2002-2003: Turkisk Peber lollipop is launched in Finland.
2002-2003: Turkisk Peber licorice bar is launched.
2006: Turkisk Peber Bonfire and Firewood are launched. At the same time, all packaging got a new look.
2007: Turkish Peber Fireballs are launched.
2008: Turkisk Peber Freeze lozenges are launched.