I do mean a person who is not a friend but he comes for regular meetings with me in a joint business.
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But we usually serve sweets including pieces of mints to the guests as gesture of hospitality, I mean the matter will not give hint to a particular issue.
I see. Then I suppose it's a matter of is it worth the risk of upsetting him. I don't think its rude but perhaps he will not feel the same. I'm sorry of your perdicament.
You have made a great suggestion but I've been around people with horrid breath, offered them a mint or gum and they refused. These can be tricky situations, no one wants to offend and they don't want their sense of smell offended either.
I do agree with Express10, for example some guests refuse the mint or any sweet because they are diabetic .
Pls see my comments on Cre8tor's answer.
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