Andes Crème De Menthe Christmas Trees Are Here For The Holidays
When brands start releasing holiday-exclusive items, you know the holidays have officially begun. Seasonal items have been steadily trickling onto our shop shelves and in the online catalogs and it’s really giving us festive feels. If you’ve got a sweet tooth like me, you’re probably looking forward to all the sweet treats that this season has in store. Our favorite brands are definitely delivering. M&M’s has brought back their Holiday Mint variant and different versions of the candy cane are pouring in.
Obviously, the world’s favorite after-dinner chocmint brand has also re-entered their Christmas contender. The iconic Andes Crème de Menthe Christmas Trees are back and we *still* cannot get over how cute these minty candies are!
The combination of chocolate and peppermint is one of winter’s most distinct flavors. However, the Andes’ classic rectangular post-dinner candies don’t exactly scream “Christmas!”. So, they changed that and the chocolates have been winning the holidays ever since.
Dress up your candy bowl with the cute trees
By now you’ve probably finished decking the halls and putting up your tree. But your Christmas candy bowl’s contents are just as important as those twinkling lights and shiny ornaments. If you want to jazz up your sweet stash this year, then Andes’ Christmas Tree-shaped mints are what you need! It’ll be hard to miss these merry mints, since they’re wrapped in shiny green foil that is decorated with a row of Christmas trees.
The Andes Crème de Menthe Christmas Trees are shaped just like the holiday’s most important decoration
When you tear open the festive foil wrapper, you’ll be greeted by the delightful scent of chocolate and mint. Then, in your hand, will be the most adorable Christmas tree you’ve ever seen! In comparison with the classic Andes mint candy, this tree-shaped version is slightly bigger in size. Each 1-ounce tree is 3.5-inches tall and 1.5-inches wide. Furthermore, the tree differs from the classic Andes mint in terms of layers.
The classic Andes mint chocolate features three layers , with the mint layer sandwiched in between chocolate layers. On the other hand, the holiday-themed mint only has two layers comprising of a thick layer of mint resting on a bed of delicious chocolate.
The chocolate trees resemble the tree on the wrapper. It’s got the bow topper, ornaments and even the presents underneath ! While the mint layer is thicker than the chocolate base, the overall taste is surprisingly balanced. The flavors blend well, thanks to the mint layer’s smooth, creamy texture.
Get ’em before they’re all sold out
You’ve got a lot of options for this delightful Christmas treat. You can get these in packs of 6 or 24. The 24-piece box of Christmas trees is available here.