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Chocolate Mint

Posted by jude31 (My Page) on
Tue, May 5, 09 at 13:37

I just purchased some chocolate mint for a hanging basket because I thought it was so pretty. Now I'm wondering if you can use it for culinary purposes and if so does anyone have suggestions?

Thanks,
Jude


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RE: Chocolate Mint

Use it like regular peppermint, in tea, etc...I like eating it plain. Tastes like peppermint, but with a hint of the Andes chocolate mint flavor.

Chocolate mint is just a specific cultivar of peppermint.


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RE: Chocolate Mint

There's plenty about chocolate mint if you do a search on this forum.

Here is a link that might be useful: chocolate mint


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RE: Chocolate Mint

I love using it to make fresh mint ice cream. Very tasty!


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RE: Chocolate Mint

My uncle who is a chef made the best raspberry chocolate-mint pie and used no chocolate. By adding the chocolate mint to his raspberry pie recipe. It was amazing!


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