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We don’t leave the house without a pack of gum or mints stashed in our purse (because impromptu cravings can strike anytime). Now Tea Forte, known for their stylish tisanes, is introducing clever mints that have both wellness and breath-sweetening properties. All-natural and sugar-free, Minteas are infused with organic green tea, herbs, and fruit extracts to give you an instant antioxidant boost. Better yet, they freshen breath and taste delicious.
The smell is potent, it permeates every sense. The packaging is difficult to open so I know it would be safe from spills in my purse but I wouldn't want that scent hanging around everywhere. Just too powerful!1
Didn't love getting a sample of this- wasn't effective and not I didn't care for it.1
I did not like the chocolate flavor mixed in with the mint - it felt more like a dessert than a breath freshener.1
This was not a good product for me. Not because it was a bad product but I'm not a fan of teas and related products or the spicy cinnamon and the smell was extremely strong. I ended up giving them to my husband.1
I sampled the matcha chai. I am not a tea drinker, so I did not like the flavor. The package say tea mints for fitness. The only thing fitness related from this mint is getting the tin open. Good luck my friends.1
Did not find them to be tasty nor to give me an energy "boost". Even my co-workers did not care for them.1
This product is very different and not for everyone.. I'm more of a peppermint kind of person.1
I thought this product was strange. It wasn't super minty, not sure it even freshened my breath. Maybe I don't really get it's purpose. I wasn't thrilled with it.1
liked the idea of the mints but it tasted like vitamins, i tried to keep eating them for a few days but i just couldn't get past it.1
I thought the sample size provided was great! The only downside is I received the sample that was chai cinnamon. I am not a fan mints, gum, or candy that has a strong cinnamon taste. So this flavor is a bust for me. The others sound better.1