Translation:I like mint.
I don't like mint! Why is everything (toothpaste, candy, medicine) mint flavoured???
Maybe because mint tastes medicinal already, so it's an easy flavour to reach? Just like bubblegum flavour :S
there;s cinnamon/vanilla/plain toothpaste, there's tons of candy flavours such as fruit flavor jelly beans or chocolates, and i don't think I've ever had mint flavoured medicine, so what if some people like mint and because of that there are some things that taste like mint, i don't like ranch but i don't need to yell just because a bunch of stuff uses it now.
Does ミント refer to a specific kind of mint? Is it the plant, the flavor, the candy, or what?
i'm guessing they're assuming mint=mint candy, mint by itself is actually good for teeth.
Shouldn't it be I like "mints" instead of mint? Unless mint is a brand I don't know about.
"Mint" is a plant and the material from it, since it's a material you don't use plural; "A lot of wood / A lot kf mint"
According to Jisho, there's ミントキャンディ (mintokyandi/mint candy).