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We use re-usable Gel Pads or Dry Ice for melt-able chocolates so that they reach you in their original form. Please note that Dry ice and Gel pads both are not eatable and you should take care of the same.
Altoids Mints Were Originally Marketed To Relieve Stomach Discomfort. For Over 100 Years, Altoids Were Packaged In Small Rectangular Cardboard Cartons That Were Approximately The Same Size As Today's Recognizable Tins. The Tins Were Introduced In The 1920S To Help Protect The Mints And To Stay Neatly Closed In Pockets And Handbags. About The Brand Around The Turn Of The 19Th Century, During The Reign Of King George Iii, The Recipe For The Original Altoids Was Perfected By Smith & Company, A London Confectionary Firm. They Were First Sold In The U.S. In 1918, At That Time Sold In Small, Rectangular Cardboard Cartons.
In the Box:
Altoids - Traditional Peppermint Tin - 1.76 oz.