I've been on this mailing list for years and our visit was great fun. For the younger crowd it may offer laughs; for the older among us it brings smiles as we reminisce and see the products we grew up with. Having said this, be advised that the prices are exhorbatant. Sorry, but a can of Zud cleanser is just not worth $6.95! This is just one example, everything I saw was similiarily priced.
There are generous food samples offered. The cheese was excellent. At around $25 a pound it was just not in my spending range. The maple syrup display also offers samples which allow you to zero in on your favorite. The grade B is really rich and full flavored. It's also cheaper and typically suggested for use in baking and cooking. I love it on my waffles and pancakes. Try it and see what you think. A quart of grade B was $29.99 which seemed like a fair price. However, I figure that if that was their price, I'd get it much cheaper elsewhere. Yum.
Would I stop in again next time? Definitely, there's so much to see I'm sure I missed some things!