Chocolate Mint Day
About Chocolate Mint Day
When is Chocolate Mint Day? This holiday is always observed on February 19
Chocolate Mint Day is today, a February 19 holiday. It celebrates anything and everything that contains this great combination of flavors. The most common chocolate mint treats are ice cream, candies, and desserts. Not everyone likes it. But those who do, really love it. No, we don’t know why some people don’t like this great flavor. But, we do feel sorry for them!
For Chocolate Mint lovers, this is truly a great day. Whether it’s candies, ice cream, or desserts, make sure to get your fill of this fantastic flavor.
How to Celebrate Chocolate Mint Day
- Buy some chocolate mints and enjoy!
- Give a package to someone who needs cheering up.
- Bring a package (or two) to your workplace to share with co-workers.
- Make a snack or dessert that contains chocolate mint.
- Go to a candy store.
“Feeling sorry for yourself and your current condition is not only a waste of energy, but the worst habit you could possibly have.” – – Dale Carnegie
History and Origin of Chocolate Mint Day
Our research did not find the creator or the origin of this day. It was most likely started by a candy confectioner or an ice cream company.
We’ve researched this holiday twice. During the original study, all references to this holiday referred to it as Chocolate Mint Day. Beginning in the middle 2010s, some internet websites started to call this National Chocolate Mint Day. There is no evidence to suggest that this is truly a “National” day, which requires an act of congress. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation about this special day.
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