From the March 1976 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

'Treat' for the Young

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The wall Street Journal notes the increasing popularity of low-proof alcoholic drinks with an assortment of flavors: banana, strawberry, mocha, white chocolate, chocolate mint, walnut, coconut. These products have been introduced by at least three companies: Glenmore Distilleries, Louisville, Ky.; Consolidated Distilled Products, Chicago, III.--using the name Aberdeen for these drinks; Heublein, Inc.--using the name Malcolm Hereford's Cows.

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