Icelandic Candy

Just what is it about Icelandic candy? Icelanders like to think that all things Icelandic - well, just about - are the best in the World.

From time to time, we might even be right. And then there are the indisputable cases, like Icelandic candy.

It actually is the best in the World. And now you can have an all-Icelandic candy-day (which is fittingly enough called "nammi-day" in Iceland) wherever you happen to find yourself. has the selection of Icelandic candy to tickle your tastebuds in that sweet, special Icelandic way.

Whether you prefer the newly released items or the classic varieties, we have them all. Browse our range of Icelandic candy - right here at

Icelandic candy, often referred to as "nammi," is a popular treat in Iceland. It comes in various flavors and textures, and Icelanders take pride in their unique candy selections. Here are some examples of Icelandic candies:

  1. Þristur: Þristur is a licorice-flavored candy in the form of a long, thin rope. It has a chewy texture and is loved by licorice enthusiasts.

  2. Appolo: Appolo is a chocolate-covered marshmallow treat. It consists of a fluffy marshmallow center covered in milk chocolate and is a favorite among both children and adults.

  3. Piparperlur: Piparperlur are spicy licorice candies with a peppery kick. They have a distinctive flavor and are often enjoyed by those who appreciate a bit of heat in their candy.

  4. Opal: Opal is a popular mint candy in Iceland. It has a hard, translucent texture and a refreshing mint taste. Opal candies are available in various flavors, such as peppermint, spearmint, and liquorice mint.

  5. Nóa Konfekt: Nóa Konfekt is a collection of assorted chocolates. The box typically contains a variety of filled chocolates with different flavors and textures, including caramel, nougat, and fruit creams.

  6. Lakkrís Dúett: Lakkrís Dúett is a combination of licorice and chocolate. It consists of licorice-flavored candy with a layer of milk chocolate coating. The combination of sweet and salty flavors is a popular choice among candy lovers.

  7. Súkkulaðiboltar: Súkkulaðiboltar, also known as chocolate-covered malt balls, are a classic candy in Iceland. They have a crispy malt center covered in milk chocolate and are often enjoyed as a movie snack.

These are just a few examples of the many types of Icelandic candies available. Icelandic candy stores offer a wide range of options to satisfy different tastes and preferences.

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