First manufactured in the 1800's, Sen Sen was sold as "breath perfume." Because creators T. B. Dunn and Co. were perfume dealers, this makes good sense. Marketed as a cosmetic, this breath perfume was a staple in pockets and handbags all over the country, for decades.
Sen Sen, which tastes like anise, is still made from top-secret ingredients that are imported from all over the world, using some of the same original manufacturing equipment.
So, if you like nostalgia and want to perfume your breath, Sen Sen seems like the perfect choice for you. Sen Sen packs make great stocking stuffers and they are quite a conversation piece if you leave them in a pretty dish on the kitchen counter or on your desk.
We carry the original and a sugar-free Sen Sen so you can enjoy it guilt-free.