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2012-06-15 05:34:19 PM

cannotsuggestaname: [www.shop4whisky.com image 349x600]

does not smell like band-aids

[www.scotlandstephenson.com image 640x640]

most certainly does not smell like band-aids, or varnish, or any of those other things they attribute to scotch in the article.


I love MacAllan and Aberlour. The flavor they pick up from aging in sherry casks is awesome.

Now I'll have to try King's Crest.

misanthropic1: Man after me own heart.

/also fond of Cragganmore and Dalwhinnie in all incantations


And I'll have to try Cragganmore, and Dalwhinnie... all in the name of science, of course.
 
2012-06-15 05:37:18 PM

The_Sponge: Since when is Jack considered bourbon?


Since NAFTA.
 
2012-06-15 05:38:26 PM
This is a bookmark


/Bows to the Scotch Gods in this thread
 
2012-06-15 05:38:34 PM
Of course I was fully expecting a whisky/whiskey thread to be contentious, but I have to say all scotch I've tried has tasted phenolic to me, and I've tried the "good" stuff as well as the crap - decanted as well. I may just be more sensitive to the odor as I have picked it up in some friends' homebrews, too. For the record, I love virtually every other type of whiskey besides scotch. Just can't get into it.
 
2012-06-15 05:39:45 PM

silvervial: keylock71: silvervial: keylock71: silvervial: I can't stand Scotch or bourbon or whiskey. Almost any alcohol makes me throw up just when I'm feeling good. It's a curse. ANYwho, what about Jagermeister? What is that? Does it have a lot of alcohol in it so you don't have to drink much to get drunk? I realized the other day that I've been utterly sober for seven years and I don't think that's good for me :(

How about weed?

Much easier on the system.

Well, yes, that is what I would MUCH prefer. It not only doesn't make you sick but it settles your stomach. Unfortunately, I have no idea where to get it anymore (hence the seven year's sobriety) and can't afford it if I could find it :(

So, if I want to alter my consciousness, my option is booze, but in tiny amounts so I hopefully don't get too sick. The higher the alcohol content, the less I would have to drink.

/really want to listen to Rammstein stoned
//but will make do with drunk :(

Hmmmmm, maybe vodka? It's a great mixer and if you've been sober for seven years, it's not going to take much to get the head a-spinnin'.

Know any carpenters or trades people? They always know where to get weed. Working class weed with no names or fancy packaging that is going to break the bank.

Ah, good old vodak. I'll give it a try. My husband drinks rum and coke, but I can't stand even the smell of rum. No, I don't know anyone who uses or would know where to get the good herb since I left my previous job.

I just think that humans were not meant to be so utterly, relentlessly sober as I have been for so long or we wouldn't have invented beer so early in our history.

/can't drink beer either


Seeds are legal to buy online...
 
rka
2012-06-15 05:41:50 PM

SultanofSchwing: The_Sponge: Jument: Crown Royal is kind of shiatty. Scotch comes from across the pond.

/Canadian so I'm allowed to say that
//the CR "dark" is especially nasty IMHO


The one thing I don't get about my friends:

They have good taste when it comes to cigars, wine, restaurants, etc. But a lot of them always buy Canadian whiskey......like if there's a party, etc. I'm I'm going to bring whiskey to an event, I'm bringing Jack or Maker's Mark.

You both should just resign yourself to drinking Daquiri's..."Crown Royal is bad," what the hell?


The renowned drinker Martin Amis had it right. Leave it to the Canadians to make a boring whiskey.
 
2012-06-15 05:42:08 PM

everybodylookattheirpants: Of course I was fully expecting a whisky/whiskey thread to be contentious, but I have to say all scotch I've tried has tasted phenolic to me, and I've tried the "good" stuff as well as the crap - decanted as well. I may just be more sensitive to the odor as I have picked it up in some friends' homebrews, too. For the record, I love virtually every other type of whiskey besides scotch. Just can't get into it.


holy inadvertent italics
 
2012-06-15 05:42:33 PM
Now this stuff tastes like a bandaid.

www.samueladams.com
 
2012-06-15 05:45:54 PM
Peaty scotch is definitely different. I'm not saying I like it but it is different.
 
2012-06-15 05:52:38 PM

PreMortem: [file.vintageadbrowser.com image 420x451]

My preference

/hot


Bill has 5 fingers. This bothers me.

cptjeff: Jack meets the definition of Bourbon, they just don't call themselves that. Hell, the only legal definition of Tennesee Whiskey is "Straight Bourbon produced in the state of Tennessee". That's from NAFTA.


Michael Jackson disagrees with you.

/So do I
//Charcoal filtering as a aging shortcut does not a bourbon make.
///Jim Beam Green makes the mistake too.
 
2012-06-15 05:53:25 PM
You drink something like a Talisker, and it smells like NEW band-aids, which is a smell I love. It tastes great. Scotch is an unparalleled alcoholic beverage, particularly the Islay region. Bourbons, Ryes, Irish and Canadian are all good too, but nothing has the distinct yet highly variable taste of single malt Scotch. I'll enjoy all the other whiskeys in good humor and not complain, but if there's one I simply could not do without, it's Scotch.
 
2012-06-15 05:54:39 PM

rocinante721: Sorry, can't smell any bandaids over the heavenly effluvia of peat

[www.bourbonblog.com image 236x480]

/swirl, sip, savor, holds dram with pinky extended


Mmmmm.........Peat.

It's like liquid Latakia......IN MY MOUTH!
 
2012-06-15 05:56:33 PM

Jubeebee: keylock71: Give me a good Irish or Canadian whiskey any day of the week.

Canadian whiskey is a great disinfectant, and the packaging makes for good dice bags, but I thought this thread was about stuff you'd want to drink.

/a bow to PN, as always


Crown Royal is not the be all and end all of Canadian whisky. Alberta Premium is far more to my taste (it's 100% rye. CR is not. I think it may be 51%.). Plus the packaging was clearly designed to appeal to hobos.
 
2012-06-15 05:58:56 PM

cannotsuggestaname: The Wack: cptjeff: The Wack: Bourbon and Scotch and Sour Mash (Jack) are very different booze... Try them head to head and you'll see that Jack is sour (hence "sour mash"), bourbon is sweet but strong tasting, and scotch has the bourbon taste but mellowed and refined.

/not a fan of Jack
//Bourbon=good, especially Knob Creek
///Love scotch, SWMBO just got me a bottle of my first legal one-18 Glenlivet- Also love Oban 14
////Also love... slashies!
/So-crates

This is utterly wrong. Just about all (it probably is all) Bourbon is sour mash- that just means they take a cup of already fermented mash and add it to the new tub of mash to keep the strains of yeast consistent. That way, your flavor doesn't vary from batch to batch, making a consistent product. It has absolutely nothing to do with actual flavor of the end product, it just keeps that flavor consistent.

And I'm not going to go into the distinction between scotch and bourbon (because I don't feel like typing it out), but your understanding of that is pretty lacking too.

\Why are otherwise intelligent people so dumb when it comes to liquor?

Thank you for your correction on sour mash- I had been misinformed. My flavor distinctions, however, pretty much sum up my opinion of said whiskies (admittedly, I like highland scotch-I'm not much for the "peaty" flavor of lowlands).


really not trying to pile on you here, but lowlands scotches generally use an unpeated malt. Most of their flavor comes from the malt itself so they are more grassy or even herbal. Highlands use some peat but not a whole lot. The really peaty ones are from Islay.


Well I'll be damned- getting an education here- and thankful for it (and your pleasant tone). I had always heard of only the dichotomy between lowland and highland, with lowland as Laphroiag -which as you say is Islay, while I actually prefer Glenlivet as Highland- which is apparently Speyside, and Oban as actual Highland.
Earnestly, I've enjoyed scotch for quite some time, but my information has been second hand, and apparently very lacking.
 
JVD
2012-06-15 06:01:27 PM
Boobies nailed it.

I loves me some Islay Scotch Whisky.

Been debating on Ardbeg or Lagavulin for the next fifth.
 
2012-06-15 06:02:37 PM

everybodylookattheirpants: Of course I was fully expecting a whisky/whiskey thread to be contentious, but I have to say all scotch I've tried has tasted phenolic to me, and I've tried the "good" stuff as well as the crap - decanted as well. I may just be more sensitive to the odor as I have picked it up in some friends' homebrews, too. For the record, I love virtually every other type of whiskey besides scotch. Just can't get into it.


I didn't like it at first either, though I didn't really mind the milder ones like Glenlivet, I would choose a nice bourbon over any scotch. Then a friend of mine gave me a bottle of Glenlivet (A 'starter scotch'), which sat untouched in my liquor cabinet for a while. Later, someone else noticed I had that one and gave me another one, assuming I liked it. I eventually drank them when I ran out of bourbon, and after that, I found that I had developed a taste for it.

Now I think bourbon is a little boring, though I still like it, I much prefer a neat two fingers of Aberlour or MacAllan. Bourbon is tasty. Good scotch is heaven in a glass, an exquisite nectar to be savored slowly, undiluted, a few drops at a time.
 
2012-06-15 06:04:00 PM

angrycrank: Crown Royal is not the be all and end all of Canadian whisky. Alberta Premium is far more to my taste (it's 100% rye. CR is not. I think it may be 51%.). Plus the packaging was clearly designed to appeal to hobos.


If you can find it, this is pretty damn good for Canadian.

fortycreekwhisky.com

/hot
 
2012-06-15 06:04:16 PM

ph0rk: cptjeff: Jack meets the definition of Bourbon, they just don't call themselves that. Hell, the only legal definition of Tennesee Whiskey is "Straight Bourbon produced in the state of Tennessee". That's from NAFTA.

Michael Jackson disagrees with you.

/So do I
//Charcoal filtering as a aging shortcut does not a bourbon make.
///Jim Beam Green makes the mistake too.



It's not a shortcut. Well, it kinda is, but it's still aged for the minimum 4 years.

I'm not a fan of Jack- they charge way too much for what it is. I drink the Evan Williams 10 year (the 1783 or whatever year it is) primarily, it runs about $13 (with jack around $20), is aged more than twice as long, and IMO, has a better mashbill. Just because Jack Daniels is overpriced dreck does not change it's classification.

Just like Captain Morgan is still technically rum, even though it's just industrial solvent made from sugar steeped with flavors.

Here's a good guide to spirits: if the brand advertizes heavily, you're getting the lowest quality product possible at that price point.
 
2012-06-15 06:10:19 PM

JVD: Boobies nailed it.

I loves me some Islay Scotch Whisky.

Been debating on Ardbeg or Lagavulin for the next fifth.


I took an Amtrak train from Boston to Philly nine years or so ago, and asked for a single-malt Scotch; the only single-malt on board was Lagavulin. It tasted so iodine-y I could only drink about four of the little bottles. I later discussed my impression with a friend who knows much about Scotch and he told me that whisky from Islay is indeed noted for that characteristic. Googling "Lagavulin iodine" will get you 297,000 hits, so I'm not alone.
 
2012-06-15 06:10:35 PM
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Fark Scots Whisky
 
2012-06-15 06:14:31 PM
Yay, Scotch thread!

I was going to pile on with my list of goto single malts when Pocket Ninja not only derailed my train of thought, it was hijacked, robbed, dismantled, blown up and later used as a post-apocalyptic shelter by a tribe of feral mountain gorillas.


/For the record (in order of preference):
//Glenrothes 1987, Glenrothes Signatory 1993, Glenrothes 1998, Glenmorangies 18, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban,
//Cragganmore 12, Aberlour 16, Macallan 25, Glenlivit 16 Nadurra
///Got a bottle of the Whyte & Mackay Shackleton recreation, saving it for New Years
////runaway drunken slashies in a kilt!
 
2012-06-15 06:15:30 PM

cptjeff: ph0rk: cptjeff: Jack meets the definition of Bourbon, they just don't call themselves that. Hell, the only legal definition of Tennesee Whiskey is "Straight Bourbon produced in the state of Tennessee". That's from NAFTA.

Michael Jackson disagrees with you.

/So do I
//Charcoal filtering as a aging shortcut does not a bourbon make.
///Jim Beam Green makes the mistake too.


It's not a shortcut. Well, it kinda is, but it's still aged for the minimum 4 years.

I'm not a fan of Jack- they charge way too much for what it is. I drink the Evan Williams 10 year (the 1783 or whatever year it is) primarily, it runs about $13 (with jack around $20), is aged more than twice as long, and IMO, has a better mashbill. Just because Jack Daniels is overpriced dreck does not change it's classification.

Just like Captain Morgan is still technically rum, even though it's just industrial solvent made from sugar steeped with flavors.

Here's a good guide to spirits: if the brand advertizes heavily, you're getting the lowest quality product possible at that price point.


Tennessee whiskey was around (and its own thing) long before NAFTA.

It is mostly a worthless category though because 99.99% of the time they just mean Jack. (Which sucks - Dickel No. 12 is/was so much better - I haven't had any since the brand was sold).

Jack Daniel's distillery themselves claim that JD is not bourbon, though: http://www.jackdaniels.com/faqs

I don't really think putting the Tennessee whiskey/bourbon debate to rest was really a prime concern for the NAFTA legislation, anyway.
 
2012-06-15 06:16:28 PM

angrycrank: Jubeebee: keylock71: Give me a good Irish or Canadian whiskey any day of the week.

Canadian whiskey is a great disinfectant, and the packaging makes for good dice bags, but I thought this thread was about stuff you'd want to drink.

/a bow to PN, as always

Crown Royal is not the be all and end all of Canadian whisky. Alberta Premium is far more to my taste (it's 100% rye. CR is not. I think it may be 51%.). Plus the packaging was clearly designed to appeal to hobos.


There's no minimum rye requirement in Canadian Whisky. In fact, much of it contains absolutely no rye whatsoever.
 
2012-06-15 06:18:02 PM
I swear this headline made me almost puke. Thanks subby. And a rusty nail, smells like a rusty nail.
 
2012-06-15 06:18:10 PM
www.onehitko.com
 
2012-06-15 06:22:20 PM

silvervial: I can't stand Scotch or bourbon or whiskey. Almost any alcohol makes me throw up just when I'm feeling good. It's a curse. ANYwho, what about Jagermeister? What is that? Does it have a lot of alcohol in it so you don't have to drink much to get drunk? I realized the other day that I've been utterly sober for seven years and I don't think that's good for me :(



Am I the only one who remembers Vick's 44D cough syrup, back probably in the 80's, used to look and taste JUST like Jaeger?

/old fark
 
2012-06-15 06:22:37 PM
There is no bad bourbon, but there are some godawful scotches out there.
 
2012-06-15 06:26:17 PM

StrikitRich: [beerwhiskeyandbrotherhood.files.wordpress.com image 540x720]

Fark Scots Whisky



I'd agree with you, but I can never find it in the stores. Once every couple of years is too rare.
 
2012-06-15 06:30:15 PM
I'll tell you why I drink Scotch instead of bourbon: Because I have a palate and a sense of taste, you philistine.
 
2012-06-15 06:34:14 PM

Beertender: There is no bad bourbon


I am acquainted with three kinds of evidence to the contrary:
Ancient Age
Fighting Cock
Ten High
 
2012-06-15 06:48:47 PM

The_Sponge: Last weekend I did a blind tasting between Maker's Mark and Costco's Kirkland Signature bourbon.....I preferred the Kirkland.


I honestly have never tried a Kirkland (Costco) brand that wasn't equal or superior to "name brand". Their clothing is farking great...I can't even wear Hanes or Fruit Of The Loom undershirts anymore, they feel like cheap tissue paper in comparison. Their dress shirts are awesome, too.
 
2012-06-15 06:51:41 PM

cptjeff: wrenchboy: The_Sponge: wrenchboy: TheDumbBlonde: Bourbon smells like bad decisions.

You need to stop hanging out with Trailer Trash who drink Jack Daniels so they can have their trailer park cred.



Since when is Jack considered bourbon?

Good point. For some reason I almost always find bourbon next stocked to the bottles of Jack, and that just pisses me off.

But yeah drinking Jack=bad decisions

Jack meets the definition of Bourbon, they just don't call themselves that. Hell, the only legal definition of Tennesee Whiskey is "Straight Bourbon produced in the state of Tennessee". That's from NAFTA.

It's Bourbon. The insistence that it's not comes from the Jack Daniels marketing department and has no basis in law or reality. And the damn charcoal mellowing crap has no effect on that definition- one of the four Tennessee Whiskey branded liquors doesn't use it, and several Bourbons do.

As for the "It tastes different from Bourbon" line, lots of Bourbons taste different from each other. It depends on a lot of things- the mashbill, for example. Makers Mark uses a lot of Wheat and no rye (all bourbon is at least half corn), while spicier, dryer Bourbons use a large amount of rye. How charred the barrels are (they come in grades from lightly charred to really burnt), how long it's aged, how hard the water is, and so on. Jack has its own unique profile, just like every other Bourbon.

Jack Daniels makes a Bourbon. That's why liquor stores put it next to the Bourbon.


Jack Daniels is whiskey, but it's not bourbon, except in the fine print of trade agreements. Bourbon is made in Kentucky. That's enough of a difference. Irish whiskey that uses peat smoke is still Irish whiskey if it's made in Ireland.

Jack is 80 percent corn, 12 percent wheat and 8 percent rye, which I find a very tasty recipe. Much more vanilla and caramel flavor than most bourbon, which is why it's so popular (it is not particularly inexpensive). If I want something drier, I drink Wild Turkey Rye.
 
2012-06-15 06:51:43 PM

StrikitRich: [beerwhiskeyandbrotherhood.files.wordpress.com image 540x720]

Fark Scots Whisky


Do you drink it neat, or with (Vanilla) ice?
 
2012-06-15 06:52:08 PM

oh_please: I honestly have never tried a Kirkland (Costco) brand that wasn't equal or superior to "name brand". Their clothing is farking great...I can't even wear Hanes or Fruit Of The Loom undershirts anymore, they feel like cheap tissue paper in comparison. Their dress shirts are awesome, too.


F yeah. I'm also a big fan of their wines and champagnes. In fact, the only disappointing Kirkland Signature item I've had is their beer....the microbrew variety pack. For some reason, I just don't care for them....but my Dad is a big fan.

/Still haven't tried their other booze offerings.
//Thankfully, our laws in Washington just changed, and you can now buy liquor at Costco and grocery stores.
 
2012-06-15 06:54:37 PM
i6.photobucket.com

I kick it old school.
 
2012-06-15 06:55:08 PM
Mikmaq Paddywhack:
give a dog a bone, yo! don't give him nuthin' but a microphone
Scotch, whiskey, bourbon...tastes the same to me.
but PN: got the specs, and hey yo, that's key,

/maker's with a rock or two ftw.
 
2012-06-15 06:56:27 PM
46 is better than any scotch you could stick under my nose.
 
2012-06-15 06:59:11 PM

cptjeff: angrycrank: Jubeebee: keylock71: Give me a good Irish or Canadian whiskey any day of the week.

Canadian whiskey is a great disinfectant, and the packaging makes for good dice bags, but I thought this thread was about stuff you'd want to drink.

/a bow to PN, as always

Crown Royal is not the be all and end all of Canadian whisky. Alberta Premium is far more to my taste (it's 100% rye. CR is not. I think it may be 51%.). Plus the packaging was clearly designed to appeal to hobos.

There's no minimum rye requirement in Canadian Whisky. In fact, much of it contains absolutely no rye whatsoever.


True. I can't remember if CR calls itself a rye here (I think Canadian Club does.) American "Rye" needs to be at least 51% rye. Not all Canadian Whiskys are ryes, and not all ryes are pure or any) rye. I do generally prefer good rye-based whiskys to other Canadian whiskys - and to most bourbons, for that matter.
 
2012-06-15 06:59:21 PM
Damn you all to hell. It's Friday afternoon and all I want to do is drink my troubles away, but I have to drive my son's friend home in an hour.
 
2012-06-15 07:01:00 PM

angrycrank: True. I can't remember if CR calls itself a rye here (I think Canadian Club does.) American "Rye" needs to be at least 51% rye. Not all Canadian Whiskys are ryes, and not all ryes are pure or any) rye. I do generally prefer good rye-based whiskys to other Canadian whiskys - and to most bourbons, for that matter.


Most Canadian whiskies are *not* made with rye.
 
2012-06-15 07:01:14 PM

ph0rk:
Tennessee whiskey was around (and its own thing) long before NAFTA.

It is mostly a worthless category though because 99.99% of the time they just mean Jack. (Which sucks - Dickel No. 12 is/was so much better - I haven't had any since the brand was sold).

Jack Daniel's distillery themselves claim that JD is not bourbon, though: http://www.jackdaniels.com/faqs

I don't really think putting the Tennessee whiskey/bourbon debate to rest was really a prime concern for the NAFTA legislation, anyway.


What Jack Daniels claims is marketing. Bourbon has a legal definition, and Jack Daniels meets it. If congress passed a law taxing bourbon specifically, Jack Daniels would be included. Because they fall within the legal definition of Bourbon.

Tennessee brands market themselves using the term Tennessee Whiskey, and they're free to do so. But under legal definition, they're Bourbon. And what NAFTA does is require that, in North America (any party to the treaty), anything sold as "Tennessee Whiskey" must be straight bourbon whiskey and made in Tennessee.

These terms have legal meaning. Under those legal definitions, Jack Daniels is indisputably bourbon. In order to sell itself as "Tennessee Whiskey", it legally must be.


I will admit that I was wrong earlier- I said 4 years aging is required, it's only 2. Not sure I would ever want to drink a 2 year old bourbon though...
 
2012-06-15 07:03:36 PM

StrikitRich: [beerwhiskeyandbrotherhood.files.wordpress.com image 540x720]

Fark Scots Whisky


This.
 
2012-06-15 07:10:53 PM

mbillips: Jack Daniels is whiskey, but it's not bourbon, except in the fine print of trade agreements. Bourbon is made in Kentucky. That's enough of a difference. Irish whiskey that uses peat smoke is still Irish whiskey if it's made in Ireland.


Bourbon has to made in the US. There's absolutely no requirement it be made in Kentucky, but Kentucky is they only state allowed to put the state name on there. You can't have Tennessee Bourbon, for example, which is probably why Jack Daniels doesn't use the term, they want the state on there for marketing.

Some words have specific legal meanings, these are some of them. It's like when you call downloading a song theft. It is not. Theft is defined as the unauthorized taking of something with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of usage. Downloading a file does not deprive anybody of anything, so therefore the use of the word theft is, as a matter of definition, absolutely wrong. No ifs, ands, ors, or buts. Is it comparable to theft? Perhaps. But it is not theft.

Oh, by the way, here's the US Code dealing with the definition of these terms.
 
2012-06-15 07:15:02 PM

Pep Streebeck: [i6.photobucket.com image 61x222]

I kick it old school.


You realize that's a blend, which is essentially a milder version of the good stuff, made from Speysides, which are the mildest and most boring of malts, right? You're drinking a distant cousin of scotch.

\NTTAWT
 
2012-06-15 07:26:13 PM

aarkwilde: StrikitRich: [beerwhiskeyandbrotherhood.files.wordpress.com image 540x720]

Fark Scots Whisky


I'd agree with you, but I can never find it in the stores. Once every couple of years is too rare.


Time to find a better liquor store. Seriously, since their runs are small, you need to a store that carried the product before it started getting such high ratings as they seem to get bottles out of loyalty. Luckily for me, there's one of those 10 minutes north of me.
 
2012-06-15 07:34:46 PM
The Dalmore, anyone?
 
2012-06-15 07:44:14 PM

WhippingBoy: I love single-malts. Unfortunately, scotch has been ruined for me by the myriad of scotch-tourists: people who don't really like scotch, but drink it because it's what their social group (or the social group they aspire to) drinks.


Cognac went from affordable to stratospheric in about a year when rappers started drinking it. Damn shame, I used to enjoy the stuff and it was unusual enough that it got bartenders talking, but there's just as good out there for much less now.
 
2012-06-15 07:47:23 PM
Take some medicinal alcohol, add a splash of coke, a few drops of iodine and voila! Scotch!
Damn Doc, it DOES taste like Scotch!

/obscure
 
2012-06-15 07:48:15 PM
*reads headline*
*CTRL-F "whore mouth"*

Subby, while the best stuff never makes it outside the Kentucky border, even great bourbon ain't Scotch.


/Single malt.
//Voting age.
///Your whore mouth, subby: Shut it.
 
2012-06-15 08:04:22 PM

tricycleracer: StrikitRich: [beerwhiskeyandbrotherhood.files.wordpress.com image 540x720]

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This.


I bet you ate nothing but peanut butter sandwiches and Kraft Mac 'n Cheese when you were kids
 
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