I was recently browsing through an AoM article about what to carry with you on a date. Since one of the items were mints I was wondering what is a good mint brand. Are there any that have been around for forever and a day?

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Certs.  Altoids.  Junior Mints are good ... but they'd melt in your pocket.


JB

Certs! Haven't heard that one in a while. 

I think the last time I had Certs in my pocket I'd also just bought some Chiclets.

Does it have to have manly flavors, like motor oil or steak?

I don't know of any mints that have such awesomeness in them.

I bought some bacon flavored mint and some corn dog flavored mints; they both tasted terrible.

Tic-tac's. Also those listerine strips come in cinnamon and even grape now. Smaller package and don't rattle. . . but, your oral hygiene may come into question if you pop 'em all the time. Same with the mints though "Really what is he trying to cover up?"

Tic-Tac, because they're not big.  I just wanted a little mintiness, not a meal.

Certs are pretty big now that I think about it. 

I am a Tic-Tac guy.  The right size and just enough flavor to pop one every hour or so.  I always have a pack on my desk and coworkers are always asking for them.

I have been off sugar for so long now that mints are like a narcotic , I have a herb garden at my back door and I might just give a real mint leaf a go .

I wonder if those mint leaves are stronger than actual mints?

Wintergreen Altoids are my favourite.

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