I've been making a chocolate covered lebkuchen every Christmas for a couple of years now. And it always tastes slightly of peppermint. Not necessarily a bad thing but I’m confused as to why as this is definitely not an ingredient. Does anyone know why this might be?
Full list of ingredients:
1 Tsp Cinnamon
100g Almond Sticks/slivers
1/2 Tsp Cardamon
Pinch of Salt
2-3 Tbsp Rum
5g Pottasche (potassium carbonate)
5g Hirschonsalz (ammonium carbonate/bakers’ ammonia)
100g Almond sticks/slivers
200g Dark Chocolate
200g Milk Chocolate
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