WHAT was the name of those crackers?

This may be a Cafe question, but I’m sticking it here til a dear sweet kind Moderator moves it.

A dozen years ago, when I was stationed in Southern Florida, I fell in love with a cheese cracker. It was never sold in a box - the only time I saw it in a store (or, for that matter, a junk food machine) was in a blue and clear cellophane package.

And that’s all I know. I don’t know what company made it, if it’s still around, nothing. I hope once someone names it my memory will say “YEAH! THAT’S IT!!!”, but chances are slim.

It was not Ritz, Cheeze It, nor Cheese Nip…but my dim recollection says it was made by the same company that makes Cheese Nips. But that is probably wrong.

Any Floridians know what I’m talking about here?

It didn’t happen to be Gold-n-cheez (sp?), made by the Lance company, did it? Were they kinda thing, octagon-shaped crackers? If so, they’re still made and sold, at least where I’m living now (NC).