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Nicey replies: Well all the Cadbury's stuff is made by Burton's foods and they still make Cadbury's animals. However, present day animal biscuits aren't really comparable to those of old. Todays, are in mini-format in snack bags. The biscuit is quite dark for a shortcake. Old style Animal biscuits came in a box, the animals were proper zoo/circus type ones rendered in a rich pale shortbread. The chocolate had a distinctive wavy piped pattern, and I considered them to be a delicacy.

James Rudall
Nicey replies: Unfortunately there aren't really any biscuits that are going to aid your friend as he chews his way through two weeks worth of bacon. I fail to see how drinking tea is going to interfere with his diet unless he is in the habit of taking three sugars in it. Still given how bad his breath is going to smell, all of this is merely of peripheral concern.

As for train journeys, I understand it is possible to buy Fruit Shrewsburys on the train to Scotland which is one of the few places where they are generally available. However, the last time I undertook the journey from Peterborough to Edinburgh I simply made do with four tins of Stella Artois, and some Digestives, having had a cup of tea at the station.

Greg and Dawn

Bodam Carlsbad Spa Wafers Review
Nicey replies: Thank you for all of that useful information. I'll also be careful not to drive into the river if ever I visit.

Mark Rea

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Yes it is the temperature. Basic chemistry tells us that the rate at which a solute dissolves in a solvent, is tempreature dependent. The Gingernut is mostly sugar and really wants to dissolve. Temperature is a factor in any dunking situation and can often be the reason for breakage as hot tea works faster.