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Last day of Chanukah is Dec 24th. UPS does not deliver on Christmas, Dec 25th.

For Dec 24th arrival, here's when you need to order:
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Hanukkah Blue & White French Mints

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Blue & White Hanukkah French Mints

Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories.
French Mints an all time favorite now with the colors of Hanukkah
Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories. Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories.
  Rated 3 out of 5 stars
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not what I thought I was ordering
by candy from Cleveland, OH on 12/21/2009
I thought I was ordering mint-flavored candy-coated chocolate mints, but these are hard peppermints. They are not bad, but not what I thought I was ordering. I filled a couple of large martini glasses with them as part of our holiday table decorations and so they were very festive, but not sure how on earth I will ever eat them.