After Dinner Butter Mints  5 lb.

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After Dinner Butter Mints - 5 lb

  • Item #: 1162
  • 5 lb
  • Availability: In stock
  • $23.63

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After Dinner Butter Mints are the perfect candy to cleanse the palate after a delicious meal. These soft, sweet, and melt-in-your-mouth candies are also ideal for dinner parties or any time that you want to pamper yourself (and why shouldn't that be every day?).

These are one of the oldest candies still manufactured as they were introduced by Richardson Brands in 1893 and were originally sold in a department store in Philadelphia, PA.

There are approximately 270 After Dinner Butter Mints in every bountiful pound.

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Q: Is this the same brachs buttermints
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A: There is no markings on the mints but they just melt in your mouth.
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A: These are not made by Brachs but, essentially, the mint is identical to their Butter Mint. These are quite tasty and are made by Richardson who was the first to manufacture this type of candy.