Food of the Seventies, Quisp Cereal

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Yes Quaker DOES still make it and it tastes just as great as you remember! You have to buy 3 boxes at a time. It tastes pretty much like Cap'n Crunch but doesn't tear the roof of your mouth. A Quisp.com website actually exists and that's where U can buy it! Funny site too.
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Jen - October 09, 2007 - Report this comment
My favorite cereal of all time! So many memories of eating it on Saturday mornings(and every other day of the week!)...must try to get a hold of some!
Cindy - April 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I ordered some online today!! Can't wait until it arrives!! Haven't had any in 30 years!!!
Beth - July 03, 2008 - Report this comment
I loved this cereal! I seem to remember it getting pretty soggy pretty fast - but who cared!?!
JaY DuB - September 01, 2008 - Report this comment
Man, I haven't thought or seen much about Quisp cereal in many years! Glad to know it's still made and available for more youngin's and others to enjoy!
Paul M - February 13, 2009 - Report this comment
I too found it on the store shelf briefly in 2000, I kept the box to this day. You can find the same cereal in the Quaker Bagged cereals section sometimes, called Sweet Crunch but it is rare these days with the health craze. I liked it more than Cap'N Crunch cuz it doesn't chew up the roof of your mouth. I fill the Quisp box with it.
Tom - February 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Food Lion now sells Quisp.
Rob Lambert - July 13, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, this is primarily a Quisp TV commercial, though Quake is in it too. After playing a prank on Quake, Quisp is chased by him. Quisp starts flying over a large body of water. Oblivious to this, Quake runs off a pier, falling into the bay...and he can't swim! It's Quisp to the rescue, and the two call a truce. This aired on the "Super Six" cartoon show over NBC (10/15/66). "Super Six" was the first series made for TV by Depatie-Freleng Studios, which primarily made theatrical cartoons (Pink Panther, Inspector) for United Artist-backed theaters, which ran before "James Bond" pictures. "Super Six" competed against the "Mighty Heroes/Mighty Mouse" show on CBS in the same time slot. The individual "Super Six" heroes starred in their own cartoon adventures, as employees of a super-hero agency, waiting to be called on a case.

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