VerMints

23 Oct

VerMints sent Edible Reminiscence samples of there all natural breath mints and pastilles. These mints and pastilles are made with organic and natural ingredients. This product is vegan friendly, packed with taste with no artificial flavoring or coloring. VerMints has six flavors.

PepperMint
WinterMint
GingerMint
CinnaMint
Chai
Café Express

VerMints is a realatively new company that started out with one flavor PepperMint. Due to a growing fan base and interest in there product they introduced five additional flavors. What really sets them apart from other mints and pastilles is that there dedication to boasting pure taste and natural organic ingredients.

Packaging:5 stars
This company really did nail down branding themselves all the way down to the plastic wrapper that has there logo. The tins are colorful and reminiscent of Altoids tins but with a more youthful eye catching spin.

Taste:5 stars
We have to admit that these mints are pretty interesting on the flavors alone. You can tell that they really do put a lot into there product. Based on what the mints and pastilles look like we were expecting a chalky taste. There isn’t any chalky taste. The flavors range from spicy to sweet.

Price:$2.50-$3.00
Prices depend on the size on mints or pastilles you are going to buy. The packs range from big, medium and small. Big is similar to an Altoids tin and small a 4 mint or pastille sample.

Site: http://www.vermints.com/

WinterMint

WinterMint
Logo-Snowy Mountains help illustrate WinterMints.
This one is more of a mild flavor. The actual WinterMint taste is mild. So mild that you can eat a lot of these and not really get overly minty breath. These are more of an anytime of the day as many as you want kind of flavor. The actual WinterMint taste is mild.

CinnaMint

CinnaMint
Logo- This tin plays on the warm colors of cinnamon. A tree is used to illustrate this flavor.
After tasting this we noticed that it has a kick of flavor. Compared to the other one this is spicy, strong and not something you should eat a lot of at one time,

PepperMint

PepperMint
Logo- We are guessing that since this is similar to WinterMint but a little on the spicier side they used a sunny mountains picture.
This flavor is interesting because we were expecting an overly peppery flavor. This sort of was the case here but it has more of a WinterMint taste but with a little more of a kick.

GingerMint

GingerMint
Logo- This tin plays with more of the autumn tone theme. The logo to illustrate this flavor looks like falling leaves.
This flavor is a little hard to describe. It isn’t bad at all but we can’t decide if it’s a sweet flavor or more on the candy side. It’s good and probably one of are most favorite from the mints.

Chai

Chai
Logo- A cup and tea leaves…pretty self explanatory
This flavor was pretty interesting. It’s definitely a one of a kind flavor. We did pick up the tea flavor but it’s kind of more on the candy side. It’s sweet but with a tea flavor. Overall this one is very interesting but yet kind of hard to explain.

Cafe Express

Café Express
Logo- A cup of hot coffee is used to illustrate this flavor.
We didn’t really get a strong taste from this one. It tastes more like the flavoring you add to your coffee. Overall sweet but not really hitting you with the extreme coffee taste. It’s more on the pleasant side.

Site: http://www.vermints.com/

Overall:5 stars
It’s pretty easy to tell that VerMints actually care about the taste and quality of there products. These mints and pastilles are reasonably priced and have been spotted around the Valley.

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