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The scratch areas contain aroma compounds to simulate the components of whiskey and the common aromas associated with it: corn and other various grains, peat, cinnamon, vanilla, oak, raisins, iodine, honey, maple, etc. Next, the title is a little misleading. Besides, take it from me: being a know-it-all makes you a lot less fun at parties. The construction of the book itself is solid, with thick paperboard pages, creative use of fonts, fanciful well-colored illustrations, and witty, concise prose. For this book they are joined by co-author Crystal English Sacca. What about the scratch-and-sniff? Many will remember these things fondly from our youth, and I was excited to try them.
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