I have reviewed books for many friends, great writers and some not so great but never a product. First time,"I am reviewing mint-o Ultramintz as a part of the Product Reviews Program at BlogAdda" so don't really know how to go about it but decided to share my actual experience with it.
Since I was travelling to Rishikesh, I was late in getting my hands on two cool boxes of the Mint-o Ultramintz, which my wife believing it to be another set of books, stowed away in my book case. After some followups from the Blog Adda, I enquired about it and could finally trace among my books, cooling the hot topics it was surrounded with. So that was the first impression of a beautiful box with blue (my favorite color) lines streaking across a black box. The moment I opened one of the boxes, my son zeroed on to it and within no time, I was short of one of the boxes, that found itself mysteriuosly transported to the his study room.
Well, I brought one of the books that I was planning to catch up with, and took along the mint-o Ultramintz's lovely designer case to keep me company. As I kept turning the pages, I kept rolling one of the 60 pellets from time to time. The taste of peppermint, imported from France; menthol and specialty cooling compound powered my un-interrupted reading for hours together. By the time, I finished my reading it was late in the night but felt as fresh as early morning breeze.
Mint-o Unltramintz is an amazing product, good taste and freshness of breath and the menthol that's so different than the products that I have used earlier for various reasons, like camouflaging smell of smoke, alcohol or assorted smell of Indian spices. I specially loved the designer case, that fits snugly in your hand or pocket. I was impressed with the way, the whole product is packaged that got me thinking about the kind of marketing the ITC team is thinking about. So checked the links and came across one of the most beautiful advertisement.
And yes.. its sugar free, if that is your kick...
ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya