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Peppermint Piglet (3 oz.)

Smash a Peppermint Piglet in the Victorian Holiday Tradition

Peppermint Piglet (3 oz.)

Smash a Peppermint Piglet in the Victorian Holiday Tradition

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With our peppermint piglet, you can make the Victorian holiday tradition of smashing a peppermint pig for good luck a yearly occurrence. Smaller piglet is the perfect size for two. Reuse the red velvet bag and a metal hammer that come with the original peppermint pig set (#22731, sold separately). 3 oz.

  • A tradition that dates back to the early 1880s
  • Piglet is made from hard peppermint candy
  • After a holiday dinner the piglet is broken
  • The pieces are shared in hopes of good fortune for the coming year

Bring good luck to all with this holiday tradition of Victorian times.

Peppermint Piglet (3 oz.)

Safety Warnings

Packaged in a facility that processes products containing peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy or wheat.


Sugar, Corn Syrup, Peppermint Oil, Artificial Color (including titanium
dioxide, red #40, blue #1)


Shelf Life: 1 Year

Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Serving Size1" cube (14g)
Servings per Containerabout 6
Calories per Serving60
Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0g0%
Saturated Fat0g0%
Trans Fat0g
Total Cabohydrates14g5%
Dietary Fiber0g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

Peppermint Piglet (3 oz.) 5 5 4 4
New tradition of the peppermint pig This new tradition was actually a great way to go around the table and truley think of what you were grateful for. From the young nieces to grandma we each shared in this. What a beautiful new tradition in our family. January 10, 2013
Peppermint Pig Props I have sent out Noel, the Peppermint Pig, packages to friends and family for many years now and it is always a hit. In fact, it usually results in a request for a replacement pig the following year, so beware! You may end up being on the hook for years to come with this purchase but it is a thoughtful and unusual gift that people will remember. January 2, 2013
Family Tradition The Peppermint pig has been a tradition for several years in our family - however, this year - our Grandson Trevor is serving his country in Afghanistan - so he wasn't here to share with us - I am wrapping a piece of this "pig" and it is getting mailed today to him in Afghanistan. Thanks for continuing to have this item every year for us. Rita Higgins, Jacksonville Florida November 27, 2012
Great for New Year We use our pigs for New Years. We break them and all who eat will have a prosperous New Year. It's fun and tastes good. November 23, 2012
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Peppermint Piglet (3 oz.) …

"Last Christmas I sent a Peppermint Pig to my grandchildren who are in the Air Force stationed in Cairo, Egypt, at the embassy. They were so surprised and shared it with the other families who live in their apartment compound. It was the hit of the season. I will send them one again this year and I do believe it has become a tradition." - Charlotte Ellena, ROCKFORD, IL