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The first time I tasted Marmite was in my auntie's kitchen nestled in the Brighton countryside of England. My auntie handed me a jar with a yellow label and lid, smiled and asked, "Have you ever tried Marmite before?" I shook my head no, opened the lid, and peered inside the jar inquisitively — the thick spread had the consistency of Nutella, something I ate religiously.

Except that it smelled like sour apples and cat piss, making me want to throw up in my mouth a little. Naturally, I had to try it and unsurprisingly, it tasted just like I imagined sour apples and cat piss would taste like. Never. Again.

Or course, there's a great number of people who will disagree with me and swear by this stuff. So, for all the Marmite lovers out there, here's a fun behind-the-scenes factory tour of  the famed "Hate it or Love it" yeasty spread.

Enjoy the ukulele background music and watch two dudes sip some Marmite drank.

H/T First We Feast

Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.