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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.
These mints are pretty tasty, but I don't know how I feel about them claiming to be "healthy". The chai gives it a good kick. The mints are pretty small. Overall, it's an okay product.3
I thought these mints were unique. I didn't love or hate the taste. I also didn't find the tin hard to open like some other reviewers reported.3
I like trying new things. The packaging was cute. I didn't mind the taste either.3
I am on the fence about this product it tasted good but it was probably cheap and id rather get another product than this3
The coffee flavor of these mints was a shock at first, but the undertone of mint was fabulous! Not sure if I felt any extra energy, but they were definitely tasty! I love the container they come in also.4
the smell really turned me off but they didn't taste like they smelt thankfully
I actually like these a lot. And I like that you get the boost from the great tea. There is a bit of a weird after taste, but I can get past it. It's a nice little pick me up.4
I have not had a problem with the packaging really - it's a tiny bit difficult I guess. I don't open it on the ends, but on the narrow area on the sides. Otherwise I love the taste. They actually have a nice taste instead of the hit-you-over-the-head, tastebud-destroying "flavor" of other mints.5
This product was alright. The taste was kind of weird at first but I like the idea of the mints3
They were good, I just prefer a mint. It says it has relaxing properties, but it really just a tea flavored candy. It's not bad, just not for me.2