I’ve never heard of Tuscan Whole Milk, but I’m unlikely to buy any based on this review:
My husband and I (both of us have college degrees, mind you, his in engineering) could not figure out how to assemble this. No instructions, no diagrams, not even a lousy cheap Allen wrench. So basically, weeks after purchase, we’re using it as a one gallon paper weight. I haven’t gotten any response from Tuscan.”
According to the reviews, you should also buy your milk “new” instead of “used.” Good to know.
It was about then that I noticed the column to the right. “People who viewed this item also viewed …”
That last one is intriguing, in spite of a very unfavorable review from a Patrick J. McGovern:
I purchased this product 4.47 billion years ago and when I opened it today, it was half empty.”
Got another hour to kill? Check out the rest of Amazon’s 1,534 oddities. Just don’t buy the used milk.