Do Mints Raise Mouth Temperature?

Answer Though they may cause the sensation of a temperature change in your mouth, mints neither raise nor lower mouth temperature.

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Why do wintergreen mints spark in your mouth?

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What is in Spi-C-Mints Starlight Mints candy?

Spi-C-Mints Starlight mints are made with cinnamon to give them a spicy taste. Spi-C-Mints are round with a peppermint swirl and a pink center made with the cinnamon flavor. The candy is manufactu... Read More »

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