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  White Headed Robin
  Viborg, SD
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Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Wed, Sep 16 '09 at 02:12 UTC)

We are a new winery. Has anyone made wine from chocolate mint.

 Herbs en' Route
 Farmington
Re: Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Wed, Sep 16 '09 at 07:13 UTC)

Hi,
I have not heard of using the mint in the wineries in Missouri. I did hear of an idea that surfaced some time ago using Chocolate mint in your water glass at a table setting. Example: Restaurants/food establishments would place a sprig of Chocolate mint in your water glass.

Michelle Gerstenecker herbsenroute@gmail.com
 tiasmith123
 ny
Re: Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Thu, Jan 21 '10 at 08:42 UTC)

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 thejakestershow
 Tucson
Re: Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Wed, Apr 7 '10 at 12:57 UTC)

a bit off topic but if you take stevia leaves and rub together with mint you get a chocolate mint flavor - fyi

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 biser
Re: Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Thu, May 27 '10 at 01:45 UTC)

ive grown chocolate mint and i LOVE it never thought of it in wines tho? and chocolate mint by itself dosent need stevia its allready perfect stevia is too sweet fer it

 kennyjoyy
Re: Chocolate Mint Wine    (Posted Sat, Sep 25 '10 at 01:41 UTC)

When pairing wine with chocolate, you can seek wines that have the same flavour notes as the chocolate nutty, cherry, mint or look for contrasts. I really like the dark chocolate mint wine I heard that this is totally herbal product.

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