Context (New York Times),
MINTS An organic fudge brownie awaits you in the room, along with a personalized welcome letter...
First, I'm not sure if I'm on the right track or not (I'm wondering if mints here is a shortening for mint aspects [nice/good aspects].?), but these are what I found on the Internet,
Wiktionary : 4.(slang) Very good.
Urban Dictionary: 1. Nice. 2. Cool
If I'm correct, I would like to know how common this word (mint adj.) is used in American English?
By the way, is this word used in BE as well? Because I also read this,
Urban Dictionary: 2.Expression used in The North Of England meaning good