Found this collection on eBay, man I miss my childhood, I grew up on Marvel especially X-Men, I had most of these action figures, wish I still had them to pass them on to my son. 90s/80s cartoons are the best of all time..
Food Drive tomorrow.
This reminds me of Clueless. Cher: “Dad?….You didn’t like that red caviar, did you?” Lol. If i could i would give fresh foods but nonetheless it feels good to know that these non-perishables will feed tummies in need.
Donate to your local Food Drive
Dodgers need a pep talk from Mr. Bryant or Kid President
Now you know …
A blend of around 35 grain and malt whiskies. Red Label is extremely distinctive and boasts exuberant flavor. The powerful combination boasts spicy, smoky malts (Talisker) and lingering lighter grains; robust qualities. This perfect “everyday” scotch is good as a ‘mixed drink’ — Perhaps with water OR a little bit of Soda.
Johnnie Walker Black Label is a blend of about 40 whiskies, and displays superior depth & complexity beholding a smokier, fuller flavor than other deluxe blends. Black Label’s distinctive character stems; from its use of a remarkably diverse range of 12-year old malts, drawn from over 700 casks. Other ‘notes’ include vivid tastes of peat, tobacco leaf, malt, and ripe apple.
Green Label is a blended malt using four malts; “drawn from the four corners of Scotland”. Each Malt Whisky is matured for a minimum of 15 years. Quite rare up until recently, this scotch’s flavors are well integrated. The drinker will find creamy toffee and nougat at its core, which is then layered with notes of vanilla, mint, and fresh brine. Some may even taste a hint of mustard seed. Johnnie Walker Green label is excitingly fresh and vibrant on the finish!!
Johnnie Walker Gold Label’s unique character comes from an alchemical blending of 15 whiskeys, each aged at least 18 years. A tad more upscale, this particular blend boasts a smoky, caramel and vanilla aroma and a creamy, honeyed taste. This supremely scotch finishes with a light and lingering spiciness.
Blue Label is a high-end scotch that is considered to be the distiller’s highest end spirit and is the oldest and rarest, of Scotland’s whiskeys. There is no age declaration for Blue Label. It’s well balanced with a long finish, deep smokiness and creaminess on the palate with traces of smoke, honey, rose petals and hints of toffee. Each bottle is individually serial numbered for retail and comes in a satin-lined box.