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#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

It kind of confuses me on this one – I mean, yeah, it says ‘the original’ and doesn’t really say that there’s been a recipe change. But there has – now there’s no MSG and no artificial flavors., plus a reduction in sodium. These aren’t bad things at all of course, but I’m just kind of left wondering – so shouldn’t it say new and improved instead of ‘the original?’ Anyways, let’s see what’s in this, one of the Vegetarian varieties in the Top Ramen range.

Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe) – United States

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge).  Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups boiling water and cook 3 minutes. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

The noodle block.

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

The soup base sachet.

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

A kind of reddish powder.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Chinese sausage, Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, scallions, hard boiled egg and shichimi togarashi. The noodles hydrated well and have a middle of the road kind of tooth – not too soft yet not too strong. The broth has a kind of just plain spicy taste to it. Not enough to kick you out of bed but enough to make the timid back off in the spicy department. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars.  UPC bar code 070662010174.

#2950: Nissin Top Ramen Chili Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Recipe)

Nissin Top Ramen, Chili, 3 Ounce (Pack of 24)

Watch me make something a little different with this one!

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Well would you look at that! Top Ramen. An American original. You might be thinking ‘aww that’s Japanese,’ but this stuff is as American as it gets. The flavor is made to appeal to the local market. What bums me out is when I say ‘an American original’ all I can think about is my favorite political show which is no more. My dad used to watch The McLaughlin Group for years and I finally hit an age after he was gone that I checked it out and got hooked on it. I’d torture poor Andy and make him watch it all the time. But Dr. McLaughlin died a couple years ago, and they ended the series long run. I would be curious how it would have been if he would have stayed alive longer – how the show would be these days. Anyways, I’ve gone way off track. So soy sauce is known as Shoyu in Japan. This is a kind of Shoyu ramen. Let’s check i tout!

Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup – United States

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Says vegetarian on the front and looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

The noodle block.

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

The soup base sachet.

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

A light powder.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, hard boiled egg, spring onion, narutomaki, chashu pork and nanami togarashi. The noodles hydrate as expected. They have a very standard baseline kind of chew – slight plumpness works but just seems a hint less chew than should be. The broth seems much changed from the original Oriental’ flavor. This new recipe definitely has strong notes of mushroom, undoubtedly from replacement of artificial flavors. 2.75 out of 5.0 stars.  UPC bar code 070662010013.

#2910: Nissin Top Ramen Soy Sauce Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Nissin Top Ramen – Soy Sauce Flavor (pack of 24) Formerly Oriental Flavor, Same Great Flavor

The ones I’m reviewing today were in a box the company sent

#2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Hey look – Top Ramen got a facelift! They’ve been changing recipes all over their ranges – getting rid of artificial flavoring and MSG. They’ve also been changing names. This used to be picante beef. To be honest, I haven’t had the first variety in years and it’s nice to be able to have it again fresh. Let’s give it a look!

Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup – United States

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains beef. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Add sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

The noodle block.

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

The soup base sachet.

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

A light powder.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added cilantro, hard boiled egg and shichimi togarashi. The noodles are decent – very standard instant variety with a good gauge and soft chew. The broth has a very thin character however a pleasant salty beef and spicy taste to it. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 070662010129.

picante beef #2816: Nissin Top Ramen Hot & Spicy Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup

Nissin Top Ramen, Nissin Chow Mein, Nongshim Bowl and Paldo Variety Noodle Mix Sampler (23 Count)

How to make a Top Ramen cake – with the old packaging, that is.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Well folks, the United States has started to see the light. There’s nothing I love to see more than a tie-in/crossover product and this is something I’ve seen zillions of times overseas but really never before here.

These are interesting however a pain as well. See, the only place you can go in and buy these Pringles is a chain of discount stores called Dollar General. None of those in my state – so I had to look elsewhere. I ended up on eBay, selecting ‘Buy It Now’ and ‘Lowest Price+Shipping.’ In the store, they’re $1.50 per can of Pringles. On eBay, they’re definitely more. However the seller I found that had the lowest price around sold me this can of Pringles for just under $9. That’s really not bad considering the shipping was included in the cost and it only took about 4 days for them to get here from Ohio.

I thought today I would do things a little different with this one. I will not only review these, but make a pack of their namesake, Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup. It should be interesting. Well, let’s get to it!

Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps – United States

Me and Miri did a video for you to watch

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Detail of the side panels (click to enlarge). Let me tell you – cutting one of these cans apart for scanning purposes is a real pain but I was triumphant. Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, remove plastic lid. Remove inner lid and discard. Remove one (or more) crisps from inside of can. Hold in a comfortable manner and insert into open mouth (the largest hold in your head hopefully). Utilizing an open-close-repeat motion, allow the crisp to be masticated, swallowed and digested. Finally, repeat and enjoy!

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Detail of the lid (click to enlarge).

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Two of the crisps – one up, one down.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Okay so since this is also a kind of compare and contrast thing, here’s the comparison. Ddo these chips taste like Top Ramen chicken Flavor? I saw a promotional image about the chips with a little image of the instant noodles next to it and it looked like a different package than this one. I asked Nissin whether this was just a promo pic or whether they were rolling out a new package design. Sounds like they are going to be so watch for that. Anyways, let’s have a look at this ubiquitous classic.

Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup – United States

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains chicken. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

The noodle block.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

The soup base sachet.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

A light powder.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Here’s a comparison (click to enlarge) of the ingredients – Pringles on top, Top Ramen on bottom. The ones that are underlines are the ones that both products contain (note: I figure that ‘spice and color’ in the instant noodle were probably the same as the ‘spice,’ ‘turmeric extract color’ and ‘paprika extract color.’ Key missing things were the leek and chicken. I didn’t underline ‘natural flavor’ and ‘natural and artificial flavors’ as it just seemed a little too vague to consider as definitely the same thing.

Finished (click to enlarge). So the Pringles aren’t bad. They don’t however taste a lot like the Top Ramen, only sort of. I see where they are going, but the issue here is the chicken I think. The Toip Ramen has chicken, the Pringles do not. Therefore instead of using actual chicken for a flavor, it has to be synthesized. There is a kind of only what I can describe as a high tinted buzzy kind of difference between the two in the Pringles. Almost like an odd butteriness. Anyways, on their own they’re both pretty good and together they’re pretty good as well – I put some of the noodles on a crisp and it worked nicely. These are pretty neat and novel. For a snack, I give these 3.5 out of 5.0 stars.  UPC bar code (Pringles) 038000176135 (Top Ramen) 070662010037.

#2513: Pringles Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps - United States - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles ramen noodle soup potato chips

Nissin Instant Ramen Noodles Variety Pack 5 Flavors (20 Count)

Short clips like this were featured on different news outlets

Pringles Top Ramen Chips & Where To Get ‘Em

Pringles Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Crisps

Just In! Pringles Top Ramen Chips & Where To Get 'Em - United States - The Ramen Rater - chicken top ramen raman ramon roman chips crisps pringles

Okay so you may have seen that there are new Pringles Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Potato Chips on the market. This is a pretty surprising thing for the US – less so elsewhere. Apparently, the only place you can buy them in stores is at a place called Dollar General. There aren’t any in Washington State, so I had to look elsewhere. I found an eBay Seller who has them and at a very reasonable price. Some people are selling six cans of Pringles for $99! That’s $16.50 per can! Egad; what has this world come to… Anyways, yeah I don’t think they currently have any in stock but I asked and they said that they were going to restock again ASAP!

So I should mention that if you’re from outside of the United States, that this is pretty unique here. You guys in Southeast Asia get all the interesting flavors like the seaweed ones. We get a few unique ones here and there. Also, you might notice that our cans are a bit bigger than yours. I really don’t know why. It’s funny how there are little differences with products from country to country, however they’re there. Personally, I like the versions that they have outside of the United States better; they just seem more logical.

Anyways, let’s see what’s in this box.

Just In! Pringles Top Ramen Chips & Where To Get ‘Em – United States

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Very well packed – came quickly from Ohio!

Just In! Pringles Top Ramen Chips & Where To Get 'Em - United States - The Ramen Rater - chicken top ramen raman ramon roman chips crisps pringles

Freakin’ epic (click to enlarge)! You know, I don’t think I’ve ever gotten very worked up about potato chips. I’m going to be honest – I’m many, many reviews ahead but I’m not going to keep you in suspense very long on these. Expect a video later this week as well as a full posting.

#2373: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

After a long time, I finally go to visit a little store I used to frequent a lot. I went to visit Indian Sweets And Snacks yesterday in north Seattle/Shoreline. First off, you’ll note that these are indeed Nissin Top Ramen. Second, you’ll note that they don’t look like any you’ve seen before. Indeed, these are from India – where masala, curry and other flavors are very popular. Who is the character on the front? Top Boy! We usually don’t see a lot of this kind of thing in the United States. In conclusion, Ultimately, I call on all noodle companies to have a cartoon character! I think it’s kind of fun. Let’s check this Top Ramen Masala out.

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala – India

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

An import sticker (click to enlarge).

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Has the Vegetarian green circle symbol, but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodles to 230ml boiling water for 1 minute. Add in contents of sachet and cook for 2 minutes. Stir and enjoy!

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

The noodle block.

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

The seasoning sachet.

#2673: Nissin Top Ramen Atta Noodles Masala

Has a very earthy and spicy masala scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added sweet peas. The noodles end up with a satisfying crumble and firmness I’ve come to expect from Indian atta noodles. Likewise, masala is very tasty and the broth reduced to more of a sauce. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8901014006120.

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A TV commercial for Nissin India Top Ramen.

#1968: Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup (New Package)

A year or two ago, Nissin Foods USA started putting a new, updated package on their classic Top Ramen products. I haven’t really done any new reviews of them, but I figured why not. This one’s probably one of the most ubiquitous instant noodles found in the United States. Let’s have a look.

The back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains chicken. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups boiling water and cook for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add in contents of sachet. Stir and enjoy!

The noodle block.

The soup base sachet.

Has a chicken scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added broccoli, red bell pepper, mushroom, tomato and baked chicken. The noodles are as I remember – standard gauge instant. It’s kind of hard to describe these since they’re just so ubiquitous; like describing breathing. The broth is that nice chicken flavor – thin, but tasty. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 070662010037.

Nissin Top Ramen Chicken – 3 oz – 24 ct

It never ceases to amaze me – so many videos that people post on YouTube about their ways to doctor up Top Ramen. I found this one particularly interesting – why not watch this guy cook up some Top Ramen – it’s over a half an hour.

#1599: Nissin Top Ramen Super Noodles Tomato

For a long, long time, I’ve been hunting the elusive Top Ramen from India. I remember at n Indian grocery where I used to live that they had a few curry varieties, but never was able to find it again. Well a few weeks ago I found a large Indian grocery in Redmond, Washington that had this stuff and was happily surprised. So to start off with, this isn’t your domestic United States Top Ramen. This is from India, made in India by Indo Nissin for the people there and so the flavor will be much different. This is a 4 pack – four noodle blocks, four seasoning sachets. Let’s look inside and see what we have.

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Suitable for vegetarians. To prepare, add the noodle block to 230ml boiling water and cook one minute. Add contents of one seasoning sachet and cook 2 more minutes. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

The seasoning sachet.

Has a tomato and masala scent.

 

 Finished (click image to enlarge). Added coriander. The noodles have that kind of glutinous outer slipperiness to them I think many will recognize from many South Korean ramyun variants. They’re pretty good. The flavor is full of masala, kind of overpowering the tomato taste although it’s there. Has a mild spiciness. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8901014002221.

Nissin also makes Cup Noodles in India – here’s the Tomato version.

Here’s an Indo Nissin TV spot for their Top Ramen Smooth varieties.

Case Study: Beef Top Ramen & Flamin’ Hot Cheetos

On Friday, I conducted a little experiment: let’s have a look at what happens when we look at 6 months of images from instagram that have the hashtag #topramen. What I found were many comparisons of instant noodles to hair, mentions of poverty and many images of what people liked to pair with their instant noodles.

Here are just a few of the imasges I found where instant noodles and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos were paired. I thought this a very interesting phenomena, so I figured I ought to see what happens when I unite the two in The Ramen Rater HQ.

Off to the store. As you can see, we got beef Top Ramen and this was the smallest bag of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos we could find at the store. I’ll go over both of these products individually, starting with the Top Ramen. Then I’ll put them together. Let us begin.

I’ve noticed that in the past year, Nissin has updated the package design for it’s line of Top Ramen products. In the last month, I also noticed they updated the packaging for their Chow Mein trays as well as their Big Cup Noodles. Curious if they will be changing the regular Cup Noodles outer packaging design.

Here is the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains beef fat. To prepare, add noodle block to 2 cups of boiling water and cook for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add in contents of soup base sachet and stir. Enjoy!

Here’s the noodle block. You may notice that it looks like a sandwich; like it’s folded over. That’s actually exactly right – at a point in the production process, lengths of instant noodles are cut and folded over before being fried.

The iconic domestic soup base sachet.

The powder is light and granular with a beef scent.

Here we have the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Did you know not too long ago, the packages were labeled as Chee-tos? The hyphen was removed at some point; probably a product of popular culture omitting it.

The back of the packaging (click image to enlarge). Contains milk products as well as corn. To prepare, open bag. Enjoy!

Here are Flamin’ Hot Cheetos as they appear ready to be eaten.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added Flamin’ Hot Crunchy Cheetos, beef, cilantro and Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Pepper. So – what’s the upshot? Well, Cheetos of the Flamin’ Hot ilk definitely go nicely here – I would wager the Flamin’ Hot Lime ones would do great too. If you eat the Cheetos right away, they add a nice crunch, however they become soggy rather quickly. The sogginess isn’t a downside though – in fact, it flavors the broth nicely. But wow – really? This is some kind of crazy late night drunken stupor abomination you’d only find here in the United States, right? Actually, not really.

First off, the instant noodle and the ‘Cheeto’ have something in common. Being fried. In the story of how the instant noodle was invented, it is said that Momofuku Ando tried for weeks to figured out how to make a quick cooking block of noodles. It was when he saw his wife making tempura that he realized that by frying the tempura batter, it extrude the water from the batter. When you think about it, the ‘Cheeto’ is a cousin of tempura – just with corn meal instead of wheat flour being the main ingredient.

But tempura in instant noodles? Sure thing! This is a disc of tempura from re view #976: Nissin Donbei Tensoba (Tempura Soba).

Here are my conclusions from this case study:

  • Cheetos in with instant noodles are not odd but logical
  • The dye from the Flamin’ Hot seasoning makes the broth look nice and red and angry, a nice touch
  • Americans have inadvertently done something very Japanese without knowing it.

Look for more case studies in the future!

#1429: Nissin Sabor A Gallina Sopa Instantanea Con Fideos

This is the last of the new varieties available in the South American country of Colombia. What is Gallina? Well, it’s young hen. It was explained to me that Gallina is a little more oily. Andy will be enjoying this one today! Let’s have a look.

By the way – Andy’s got a new website he’s building all by himself. He’s 9 years old and taking all the pictures and writing all the text! Check it out! Yes, there are a lot of typos, but I think it will be neat to see the progression as he grows up and how his blogging style evolves.

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but definitely check for yourself. To prepare, add noodles to 2 cups boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Add seasoning sachet contents and stir. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

The soup base sachet.

An interesting powder.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added chicken sauteed with garlic salt and some cilantro from my wife Kit’s garden. The noodles are your very standard Nissin instant; a nice gauge and chew. The broth has a richer chicken flavor than the regular chicken flavor, with a slight bit more tension in the broth. I liked it. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 7770662018059.

Here’s a recipe to make a Colombian soup.

Christmas Review: #1263: Nissin Cup Noodle Curry X Gunpla RX-78-2 Gundam

I’ve been really wanting to review this one before now but I decided to do it for the Christmas review quite a while back. I don’t usually barge in with a different review during Meet The Manufacturer, but it’s Christmas so here it is. The ABC President Meet The Manufacturer will continue after Christmas. For now, let’s check out this cup. I’ve had cups that have come with little doo dads before; a ticket for a contest, a sticker, a little card… But this is something completely different. A little model kit! Let’s check it out!

The side panels (click image to enlarge). Contains pork. To prepare, open lid halfway, add 300ml boiling water. Use sticker from bottom of the cup to hold the lid closed for 3 minutes. Stir and you’re done.

Detail of the lid (click image to enlarge).

The top part contains the model kit.

Detail of the insert inside (click image to enlarge).

The parts bag.

The front of the instructions (click image to enlarge).

Back of the instructions (click image to enlarge). Not the little Pac Man looking ‘don’t eat’ icon on the right! We’ll get back to the model further down.

The noodle block – chock full of seasoning.

Lots of bits and pieces in this cup – lots of potatoes and pork too!

 

Finished (click image to enlarge. Added sauteed pork seasoned with garlic salt and green onions.  The noodles are good – flat and thin. They have a light texture but are not fluffy. The flavor is salty and full of Japanese curry taste. Japanese curry tends to me more sweet. The broth is good. The additions: potatoes are perfect – and plentiful. The pork bits are alright. 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 4902105222355.

From these parts, a Gundam RX-78-2 shall be assembled!

Ready for battle!

…with Captain Picard? Sure, why not! Merry Christmas!

Robotic behemoths and noodles – can’t go wrong!

#1253: Nissin Chow Mein Teriyaki Chicken Flavor Chow Mein Noodles

Here’s one I’ve had lurking in the bin for a while – I figured it was time to haul it out and give it a try. Let’s check it out!

Here’s the bottom of the outer wraps (click image to enlarge). Contains chicken. To prepare, put the solid ingredients sachet in and add water to the line. Microwave 5 minutes and let it sit for a minute. Add the liquid sachet and stir.

Here’s what you see under the wraps (click image to enlarge).

The noodle block.

Here’s the liquid sachet.

Has a nice teriyaki scent.

The solid ingredients sachet.

A nice little melange.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added broccoli and chicken sauteed in light soy sauce. The noodles are flat instead of rounded but not very broad. They have an agreeable chew, albeit slightly crumbly, but that’s okay in this context. The flavor is full, ever-present and quite tasty. When I think of teriyaki, I generally think of that sweet thin sauce with rice, but here the sauce is thick with noodles and it’s a nice pairing. The vegetables did pretty well. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 070662087299.

Here’s a TV spot for this one.