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Est. 2011

Cockburn

Cockburn Smithes & C:a

Founded 1815
Owner Symington family
Vineyards None now. (All sold to Symington 2006)
Vintage Port Brands Cockburn, Quinta dos Canais, Quinta da Tua

The company was founded in Oporto in 1815 by Robert Cockburn, younger brother of a famous Scottish judge Henry, Lord Cockburn, established the company. He founded the company Cockburn, Wauchope & Co with a good friend. They started dealing with wine, dried cod and oil but soon discarded the smelly secondary products and fully concentrated in wine i.e. Port. He married Mary Duff. The same Mary Duff whom Lord Byron had worshipped in verse and prose when he was a young romantic man and long before being world famous. Mary has a good taste (for Port?) and bore him two sons, Archibald and Alexander. In 1828 Captain William Greig joined the company and now it was renamed Cockburn, Wauchope & Greig. A few years later the three became four partners when another captain and later admiral, Hugh Dunlop, joined the company. He contributed not with capital but married Robert Cockburn’s sister. Robert’s two sons, Archibald and Alexander opened a London office in 1830. When Robert died in 1854 Archibald stayed in London and Alexander went to Oporto. Shortly after taking over in 1854, two other brothers became partners, Henry and John Tatham Smithes and they renamed the house to Cockburn & Smithes. John married Eleonor Cobb, sister to the new London-based partner Charles Davidson Cobb and there was now a Cobb in the firm until 1999 when Peter M. Cobb left the company. The three families have played a key role in the company's development; the Cockburn, the Smithes and the Cobb.

Cockburn has also managed and sold the wine of Quinta da Eira Velha owned by the Newman family as a single quinta port but under the Martinez label.

In 1962 Cockburn Smithes was bought by the British wine merchant Harvey's of Bristol who had bought the company of Martinez the year before, 1961. A few years later, in 1966, Harvey's, as thus, Cockburn and Martinez, was bought by Showerings, Vine Products and Whiteways Ltd (SVPW), which was bought by Allied Breweries in 1968 with subsequent name changes to Allied-Lyons PLC in 1981 and to Allied Domecq PLC in 1994.

Following an agreement with the Newman family in 1979, Cockburn managed Quinta da Eira Velha on behalf of the Newman family and sold the wine. Quinta da Eira Velha was marketed as a single quinta wine; the vintage of 1978 under the Cockburn brand and thereafter under the Martinez label until the vintage of 2000.

In 2005, a time of turmoil started for Cockburn. The owner, Allied Domecq, was taken over by Pernod Ricard SA who then immediately sold off some of the acquired brands, including Cockburn, Martinez and Harvey's, to Beam Inc within the Fortune Brands group. Beam had not much experience in making fortified wine and consequently, the offer of the Symington family to make the Cockburn wines for them was welcomed. In 2006 the Symingtons took over all the vineyards and the lodges of Cockburn, but Beam retained the brand and the company name. In 2010 Symington was allowed to buy the remaining parts of the Cockburn company and the transfer was completed.

The Cockburn family crest, a cockerel on a coronet, has become a symbol of the company and appears on all bottles of Cockburn's Port throughout the world.

Cockburn Vintages:1815, 1820, 1834, 1840, 1843*, 1844, 1846*, 1847, 1851, 1853, 1854, 1858, 1860, 1861, 1863, 1865, 1867, 1868, 1870, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1878, 1881, 1884, 1887, 1890, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1900, 1904, 1908, 1911, 1912, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1924, 1927, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1991, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017
Quinta do Bom Retiro Vintages:1847 (Bottled November 1849)
Quinta dos Canais Vintages:1991, 1992, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2018
Quinta do Tua Vintages:1987

Vintage Port tasting notes:

HouseCockburnVintage1904
ColourMature tawny in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetA bit old, strange and soapy.Score range14.00 - 15.75
TasteMedium-bodied. Mature but fading a little. Still quite drinkable.Average score14.88
Last tasted12th November 2009Point this date14.00
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% Great Tasting in Malmö.
Due to shortness of local brandy Cockburn used brandy from the Azores in this vintage.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1908
ColourWonderful mature yellow in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetElegant, complex aromas from pharmacy, old grocery shop and much more.Score range16.00 - 17.90
TasteFull-bodied. Elegant magnificent, complex port with a wonderful finish of mint and liquorice. It seems never to end!!Average score16.95
Last tasted12th November 2009Point this date17.90
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% Great Tasting in Malmö.
This is maybe the greatest of all Cockburn together with 1927.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1911
ColourMature tawny in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetCrème caramel, toffee and burned sugar in the nose.Score range16.50 - 16.50
TasteMedium body. Mature and elegant port. Pharmacy in flavour. Still knit together and elegant with liquorice and an attractive finish. A very nice port indeed.Average score
Last tasted23rd December 2011Point this date16.50
CommentAt home with the family.
This bottle has belonged to Jorge Guillermo who was married to one of the Dutch princesses and sold his wine cellar at Christie´s when they divorced but no label on the bottle just a label around the neck stating Cockburn 1911.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1912
ColourFairly pale but attractive deep red colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetPlenty of spicy, peppery and coffee aromas.Score range18.00 - 18.00
TasteA mature old but still excellent port which still is knit together. Flavour of mint. Long complex finish. Wonderful.Average score
Last tasted23rd September 2003Point this date18.00
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% tasting in Malmö.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1916
ColourBeautiful almost leather in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetGinger, dried fruit, Christmas spiciness, toffee and crème caramel in the nose. Wonderful bouquet.Score range17.50 - 17.50
TasteMedium body. Mature and absolutely on top. Ginger, toffee and crème caramel in taste. Balanced and not old at all in taste. Very complex and easy to drink and enjoy. An astonishing port with a long and lovely finish. How many bottles are left?Average score
Last tasted23rd December 2016Point this date17.50
CommentAt home with the family.
Astonishing port for the vintage! This bottle was bought from a Danish Auction house.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1927
ColourMature beautiful yellow in colour.Number of tastings4
BouquetAromatic, plum, pharmacy but also coffee and cacao in the nose. Very complex and attractive.Score range17.50 - 20.00
TasteFull-bodied. Silky tannins. Flavour of burned sugar. Mature, wonderful with an everlasting finish. A really magnificent port.Average score18.88
Last tasted12th November 2009Point this date17.50
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% Great Tasting in Malmö.
This port has legendary reputation as one of the best port ever made. This bottle belongs to Gerda and Ole Vesterdal’s Private Collection.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1935
ColourMature yellow almost tawny in colour.Number of tastings8
BouquetBeautiful complex bouquet of black current, blackberry but also candy, sweet candy, toffee, fudge, old grocery shop and a hint of pharmacy.Score range17.50 - 18.50
TasteAlmost full-bodied. Mature peaking and even a little old but balanced and very delicate. Flavour of some dark berry, candy, sweet candy, old hospital and much more. A lovely mature port. Still very complex with a delicious quite long finish.Average score17.69
Last tasted11th September 2020Point this date17.50
CommentAt home in our Private Wine Club 1 bottle has been a little old.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1947
ColourMature beautiful tawny in colour.Number of tastings8
BouquetRich delicious crème caramel, coffee, cacao, hazelnuts and some chocolate in the nose. Wonderful bouquet.Score range16.50 - 17.40
TasteQuite full-bodied. Mature and still in a way peaking but with some old, lovely acidity. Hazelnuts and fudge in taste. Harmonious, rich, balanced and elegant with a dry finish. This is port just to love and drink. Wonderful port indeed.Average score16.74
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date17.40
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In 2013 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1950
ColourAlmost tawny in colour.Number of tastings5
BouquetNutty, fudge, toffee and vanilla in the bouquet.Score range16.25 - 17.75
TasteMedium bodied. Very mature and maybe a little old. Elegant and balance with a delicious finish. Still a wonderful port.Average score16.53
Last tasted20th September 2012Point this date16.25
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% tasting in Malmö.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1955
ColourMature yellow almost tawny in colour.Number of tastings11
BouquetElegant fudge, toffee, candy, Christmas raisin, burned sugar and liquorice in the nose.Score range16.75 - 17.25
TasteMedium body. Mature and at its peak but with some old but balanced acidity. Quite sweet, attractive with candy and fudge in taste. Elegant port with a wonderful finish.Average score16.96
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date17.00
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2017 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1957
ColourOrange amber almost tawny in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetBurned sugar, Christmas spiciness, some pharmacy, cream toffee, French prune, raisin, dried figs in the nose.Score range17.00 - 17.00
TasteMedium body. Mature, peaking and even a little old. Still balanced and complex. Spiciness and dried fruit in taste with a long, attractive and quite imposing finish.Average score
Last tasted29th November 2015Point this date17.00
CommentAt home with the family.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1960
ColourMature very yellow but still dark in colour.Number of tastings6
BouquetCrème caramel, fudge, toffee and burned sugar in the nose.Score range16.90 - 17.50
TasteMature and absolutely peaking now. Fairly sweet, lean and nutty. Elegant and balanced. A long, complex and attractive finish which hardly will end. Lovely port.Average score17.15
Last tasted7th September 2013Point this date17.50
CommentOn a party at home with the family and wine friends.
In a Magnum.

In 2007 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1963
ColourBeautiful and attractive mature yellow in colour.Number of tastings44
BouquetWonderful complex bouquet of old grocery shop, coffee, fudge, toffee, tea, cacao, liquorice and much more.Score range16.50 - 17.90
TasteFull-bodied. Mature and at its peak. Vanilla, toffee, fudge, liquorice and chocolate in taste. Dry but balanced and very elegant. A long and wonderful finish which never seem to end. Easy to drink and love. An attractive port indeed and one of our favourites. Just drink it and love it!Average score17.04
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date17.90
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
1 bottle has been defect.

In 2005 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2013 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1967
ColourBeautiful lovely yellow in colour.Number of tastings14
BouquetIntensive plum, cacao, coffee, cream candy, crème caramel and old grocery shop in the nose. Lovely bouquet.Score range16.00 - 17.00
TasteMedium-body. Mature peaking. Very complex and intensive in taste with cream candy, crème caramel, old grocery shop and cacao. Balanced and a long and very attractive finish. Good mature port will not be better but is absolutely wonderful now. Drink and enjoy life! Mature port is heaven!Average score16.43
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date17.00
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
1 bottle has been defect

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1970
ColourYellow mature, amber quite beautiful in colour.Number of tastings40
BouquetComplex delicious spicy bouquet of liquorice, nuts, coffee, toffee, crème caramel, sweets and orange zest.Score range16.50 - 17.90
TasteFull-bodied. Mature, peaking and on top. Liquorice, crème caramel, toffee and much more in flavour. Quite dry. Complex and elegant port. Balanced and a solid and long wonderful finish. Delicious port. Will not be better. Just drink it and love it!Average score16.88
Last tasted15th February 2020Point this date17.90
CommentAt home with some friends.
2 bottles have been defect.

In 2008 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2008 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1975
ColourMature yellow quite beautiful in colour.Number of tastings31
BouquetToffee, cream candy, candy, fudge and some spiciness with ginger and cardamom in the nose and also some oak.Score range15.00 - 16.00
TasteMedium bodied. Mature and peaking. Balanced and elegant. Quite dry with lots of cream candy, toffee and spiciness in taste. Very easy to drink and enjoy with a very attractive finish. Now a quite lovely port but will not be better so drink up!!Average score15.67
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date15.90
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
1 bottle has been defect. *Some bottles have not a vintage 1975, even if the label says so. When Cockburn Vintage 1975 came to Sweden it was not bottled with a vintage but with a tawny, probably 10 years, or maybe a Colheita (1975?). Bottles bought in Copenhagen are much better and a real Vintage Port, so we stopped buying those in Sweden. A few years ago we found it for sale quite cheap in Italy, and on the label we can read Milano. The bottles from Italy are the same kind of port as we have h

In 2006 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1977
ColourYellow mature in colourNumber of tastings1
BouquetCacao, gingerbread, cream candy, some liquorice and Christmas spiciness.Score range16.90 - 16.90
TasteMedium, body. Mature and peaking. Christmas spiciness in taste. Balanced and quite dry. Complex and easy to enjoy. Lovely port with a nice and long finish.Average score
Last tasted14th December 2015Point this date16.90
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% tasting in Malmö.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1983
ColourStill quite dark but yellow mature in colour.Number of tastings24
BouquetButterscotch, cream candy, liquorice, some roasted coffee, old grocery shop and some spiciness in the nose.Score range15.75 - 17.00
TasteAlmost full-bodied. Mature and maybe a little tired. Still balanced and quite elegant! Butter scotch, cream candy, liquorice and burned sugar in flavour. Dry and a very long and this time maybe a little acidity in the finish. This is a dangerous vintage for Cockburn – see below.Average score16.44
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date15.90
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
6 bottles have been corked. There is no denying that when this vintage from Cockburn present clean, it is in the top vintage of 1983. Nevertheless, this vintage has globally shown a high incidence of cork defect. The former winemaker of Cockburn, Miguel Corte-Real has admitted that there was a “significant problem” with this vintage.

In 2017 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1985
ColourStill dark but mature yellow in colour.Number of tastings11
BouquetLiquorice, sale-ammoniac and alcoholic nose and some volatile acidity also which is not harmonic at all.Score range14.00 - 15.50
TasteQuite full-bodied. Very tasty with sweet liquorice and sale-ammoniac but also some alcoholic touch and a hint of volatile acidity. Some complexity but a little short finish. This bottled is not okey.Average score14.75
Last tasted19th September 2020Point this date14.00
CommentTasted at the Wine Society 18% Great Tasting in Malmö.
*4 defect bottle including this one. Tasting notes from the 23 August 2008

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1991
ColourStill rather dark but mature and yellow in colour.Number of tastings10
BouquetCrème caramel, toffee, fudges and torched sugar in the nose. Quite delicious.Score range16.25 - 16.50
TasteRather full- bodied with some elegance and soft tannins but rather mature even if it will still be better. Balanced and quite complex. Crème caramel in flavour. Lovely and quite attractive finish.Average score16.38
Last tasted15th May 2020Point this date16.50
CommentIn a friend’s home.
3 bottles including the last one have been defect. Tasting notes are from 6 June 2015

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1994
ColourStill quite dark ruby but yellow mature in rim.Number of tastings3
BouquetDark berry, blackthorn and blue berry and also liquorice in the nose.Score range14.50 - 15.75
TasteFull-bodied. Quite mature but with dark berries and cacao, develops rather quick in the glass and becomes a bit unbalanced.Average score15.55
Last tasted23rd November 2019Point this date16.40
CommentAt Peter Andersen's Vintage 1994 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In 2009 this vintage took part in a Great Tasting in the Wine Society 18%. For points and ranking see Great Tastings.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage1997
ColourDark blue in colour with just a hint of yellow edge.Number of tastings3
BouquetDark berry, cream candy, fudge and toffee in the nose.Score range15.00 - 15.50
TasteFull-bodied. Still lots of tannin of course and will develop a lot. Cream candy and toffee in taste. Balanced and attractive with a quite attractive finish.Average score15.25
Last tasted11th November 2006Point this date15.50
CommentAt the Port Wine Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2000
ColourDark blue still almost black in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetDried fruit, roasted coffee, cacao and dark berry in the nose.Score range15.25 - 15.25
TasteFull-bodied. Rather mature but still of course some soft and light tannin. Will be better and develop more. Quite dry and with roasted coffee and some dark chocolate in taste. Balanced and easy to drink with a nice but maybe a little short finishAverage score15.25
Last tasted17th March 2016Point this date15.25
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% tasting in Malmö.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2003
ColourBlack in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetJuicy, berry and still closed in the nose.
TasteFull-bodied. Aggressive, immature and lots of tannin. Hard to swallow and appreciate. Long finish. Very impressive. Will be a long runner.
Last tasted11th November 2007Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentAt the Port Wine Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2007
ColourVery dark, still ruby in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetFantastic bouquet with liquorice, toffee, dark chocolate, some cacao and old grocery shop but also some dark berries such as mulberry and blackberry in the nose.Score range16.90 - 17.00
TasteFull-bodied. Still immature with lots of attractive tannin but balanced, very complex and very impressive. Will be much better. Elegant in taste with toffee, sweet liquorice and cacao with a dry, very long and very attractive and seductive finish. Lovely port indeed!Average score16.95
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date16.90
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2011
ColourVery dark ruby in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetDark fruit, mulberry, blackberry, blue berry, black pepper and some spiciness in the nose.Score range16.50 - 19.75
TasteFull-bodied. Immature with a lot of tannins and will be much better. Balanced, complex and massive port. Dark fruit, dark berry and black pepper in taste with a long, lovely and very attractive finish. Will be a wonderful port to follow.Average score
Last tasted18th June 2018Point this date16.75
CommentAt Cockburn’s lodge in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2015
ColourDark blue almost black in colour.Number of tastings3
BouquetMulberry, blackberry, dark cherry and dark berry in the nose.Score range16.50 - 16.50
TasteFull-bodied. Loaded with fruit and dark berry. Balanced and very promising with lots of lovely tannin. Very complex with a long, long finish. Quite exciting port. What will be?Average score
Last tasted6th August 2020Point this date16.50
CommentAt the Danish Port Wine Club est. 1981 tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2016
ColourAlmost black in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetDark berry, mulberry, blue berry, blackberry and dark fruit in the nose.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature of course but balanced and elegant. Loaded with tannin. Dark berry and dark fruit in taste but complex and quite easy to drink and enjoy. The finish is very long and promising. This port will be lovely to follow.
Last tasted30th November 2018Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentAt the Port Wine Festival in Leverkusen, Germany.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseCockburnVintage2017
ColourVery dark ruby, almost black in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetLoaded with fruit and dark berries i.e. mulberry, black berry, dark cherries but also cacao, dark chocolate, some orange zest, pepper and some bergamot.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature of course but balanced and very elegant. Loaded with tannins and as always dry. A very concentrated port with taste of dark berries, cacao, chocolate, anise and some peppery and a long very attractive and delicate finish. A complete port with a long future.
Last tasted29th November 2019Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentTasted at the Port Wine Festival in Leverkusen, Germany.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS

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