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Bowl Of Assorted Mints Puzzle Details:

About: Mints are consumed as an after-meal refreshment or before business and social engagements to improve breath odor. Mints sometimes contain derivatives from plants such as peppermint oil or spearmint oil, or wintergreen. Mints come in a variety of shapes, colors, sizes and have been offered in a variety of packaging (like "rolls" containing many mints stacked in one package composed of paper or foil, plastic boxes, and individually wrapped mints). In this fun new puzzle we feature a bowl of assorted mints (white, red and blue). Pick a difficulty level, click start and put the small candies back together!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 31/Mar/2019

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