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Altoids Smalls Sugar Free Cinnamon Mints, 0.37-Ounce Tins (Pack of 9)
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Altoids Smalls Sugar Free Cinnamon Mints, 0.37-Ounce Tins (Pack of 9)

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"The Curiously Strong Mints"

Introduced in 1780, Altoids mints were originally marketed to relieve stomach discomfort. By the 1920s, the original cardboard box had been replaced by the more durable distinctive metal tins of today. The irreverent, quirky personality of Altoids mints has led Altoids to be a top-selling mint in the U.S. The Altoids brand has expanded to include sugar-free mints in miniature portable tins. For the latest content from Altoids and to order products we invite you to visit Altoids. com. Altoids and all affiliated designs are trademarks of Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company or its affiliates

Product Specifications
  • Altoids Smalls
  • Cinnamon
  • Pack of 9 0.37-ounce Tins
  • 3.33 Total Ounces
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Are Altoids tins recyclable?

The tins we use for ALTOIDS are made from tin plate, which is one of the most recyclable materials used in the manufacturing of packaged goods. The good news about these tins is that they also come in handy as small storage containers for things like nails, coins, paper clips, and buttons to name a few - the possibilities are endless. We've even learned that the tins have been used for more curious purposes - as hand-held works of art, even as an emergency wilderness stove.

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.


Each Tin Has 50 Mints. Sugar Free!

Product Details:
Product Weight: 3.33 ounces
Package Length: 5.1 inches
Package Width: 2.7 inches
Package Height: 1.7 inches
Package Weight: 0.4 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 108 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 5.0 ( 108 customer reviews )
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

5mini cinnamintsJan 21, 2010
By Cinnamints "mini-mint me"
Finally! Have been searching for these small tins of cinnamon Altoids for months - could not find this flavor at drugstores, gas stations or grocery stores. So, I'm very happy that my dear husband thought to look online for me. In my opinion, these are far better than the larger Altoids and I prefer the smaller tins. They fit better into pockets and small handbags.

8 of 9 found the following review helpful:

5Awesome Sugar Free Cinnamon Altoids (smalls)Nov 20, 2009
By V. Butler "pepsilluver"
My whole family has tried these. They like the flavor of these SUGAR FREE cinnamon altoids better than the regular altoid cinnamons. The flavor in these is more true, you can not tell they are sugar free. I would highly recommend these to ANYONE! They are great!

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Still cinnamon-yMar 31, 2010
By T. Leopold
These little mints don't let me down. I like them better than the "full-sized" Altoids. A kick of cinnamon - what's not to like?

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

4Wish they were sweetened with XylitolFeb 03, 2013
By J. Michaud
Love these mints and I've been consuming them for years. You never know when you're going to have to kiss someone.

The only thing that makes them less than perfect is the fact they are sweetened with sorbitol instead of xylitol. Sorbitol isn't bad, but xylitol is better for preventing cavities. I'm hoping that Wrigley will consider switching to xylitol, since it seems to be becoming more popular. There *are* mints that use xylitol (Epic, Spry, Ricochet) but the flavor is pretty weak compared to Altoids.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5GREAT for the low carb eaterAug 04, 2013
By Carah "And that's where the hornet stung me...."
has a great flavour, reminds me of those toothpicks that were cinnamon infused from the late 80's
has like zero carbs :D and is a small portable lil box :D what more do you want :D

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