It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed:
Ensco: "The only part of the whole complex that I don't like is the offshore. I am willing to go onshore because they are drilling because it's cheaper. But not offshore."
International Flavors & Fragrances: "We love that company ... I think that is a fantastic stock, even up here at $140. They keep delivering, they are so consistent."
Dunkin' Brands Group: "It's very interesting. This is a stock that had been kept really just doing nothing for a very long time, and now it's breaking out. But a breaking-out story like Jack in the Box, which sadly my charitable trust left at a very bad price. These are now working, and it's different from the way they have been."
Bank of New York Mellon: "The banks are going lower here for now. Bank of New York, you can wait until it comes down a little bit more."
Berry Plastics Group: "We did a piece about this saying it was incredibly undervalued. The stock then did nothing, and finally it's roaring and I like it. Let me throw in International Paper, I want to be equal with the chemicals and papers."
Applied Materials Inc: "When I was doing a piece earlier today about what stocks should be bought into weakness that are undeservingly down — it's AMAT."
Nordic American Tanker Ltd: "NAT, I don't know. The last deal just finally soured me. The dividend cut? No. I can't. I just can't do it anymore, it hurt too many people. I'm sorry."