Tin The Great War Sweet Mints150gr
Souvenir tin 'The Great War 1914-1918', filled with fresh sweet peppermints from House of Hartfield. Images of the City Hall of Veurne (1914), The Noble Rose in Veurne (1914), Talbot House Toc H Pops (1915), the Cloth Hall of Ypres (1914), the Menin Gate (1927), the Trench of Death in Diksmuide (1915) and the Albert I monument in Nieuwpoort (1938). On the bottom of the box you can find the poem 'In Flanders' Fields' by Canadian John McCrae, which was the origin of the use of the Poppy as a symbol of the victims of the First World War. A unique souvenir of the "Flanders Fields".
Ingredients: sugar, dextrose, emulsifier (magnesium salts of fatty acids), natural peppermint oil. Gluten free.
Nutritional declaration (100g): Energy: 1680kj/396kcal - Fat: 0,5g of which saturates 0,3g - Carbohydrate: 97,2g of which sugars 85,0g - Protein: 0,7g - Salt: <0,01g.
Dimensions: 10,5 x 10,5 x 6 cm or 4,1 x 4,1 x 2,4 inches