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Pipp Mint Milk Chocolate

Pipp Mint Milk Chocolate

6.5" x 1.75", 55 g.
Milk Chocolate, Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Flavors & Enzymes (may contain traces of nuts)
ICELAND

Pipp was a mint grower in Akureyri who exclusively raised mint for the first five hundred years of the country’s existence. In 1374, he switched to potatoes claiming they were more popular, not to mention easier to produce. Thankfully, his mint still grows wild on the fjords and along with it his namesake candy bar, a rich morsel found only by experienced hunters with the help of their Pipp-sniffing reindeer. It’s understood that some years the reindeer find dark chocolate Pipp (red wrapper) and some years they sniff out the milk chocolate Pipp (green wrapper). Luckily for us, this was a very good year and they found both kinds of Pipp. In case you are not familiar with the famous candy, Pipp is a chocolate bar with a smooth and light mint filling. Very tasty. One would hope so—after all, it’s over fifteen hundred years old!