Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Still no liquorice...

...I'm twiddling my thunbs. Somewhere on their website, Typical Dutch Stuff say that they 'strive to post an order within 10 working days'. What do they want, a pat on the bag? Do they run a busines or what?

However, all is not lost. I discovered an old package of Muntdrop with about a dozen sweets left in it, hidden in a box of old papers. These have to be at least three years old, but they still taste!


Blogger Elizabzab said...

That's bizarre, I made an order this monday and they just notified me today that they were dispatching it now. Perhaps yours takes longer because you had much more stuff than me :)

5:43 AM  
Blogger Denni said...

They actually sent me an e-mail later the day I posted: stuff is on the way :)

11:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The story of the Oldtimers is:
The recipe was discovered in an old book they found in the candyfactory. The book was used as a support for an old machine, and someone had put it under the machines "leg" (don't know the english word, sorry) to prevent it from tipping. There's a reason for the bow tie on the pastille also, I'm not sure but I think they put it there because of the old man who found the book. He used to wear a bow tie.
Best regards/
the swede

12:09 AM  

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