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Abernethy Review
Nicey replies: Well that's a very interesting. When it comes to biscuits of course all opinions are valid no matter what they are based upon, taste, texture, presentation, stature or personal reasons. Some biscuits are worthy of our respect even if we don't like them, whilst others deserve to be taken down a peg or two.

Of course the advantage to gained by setting your objectivity to one side is a willingness to try new and stimulating biscuits. I have had to learn to do this myself in order to review many of the exotic biscuits you'll find here. Occasionally it pays off and you find something that can enrich your tea and sit downs.

So I would say simply try and keep an open mind, and having thought about all the various aspects of the biscuit in depth, then simply switch off and munch down two or three with your cuppa and see if you like them.

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Nicey replies: Oh yes Mr Kipling is the man, you'll be alright with any of his stuff. His website isn't too shoddy either, full marks there. It will tell you all you need to know, but you might do well to get stuck into some of his Cherry Bakewell tarts, French fancies, Country slices and Fruit pies.

Kate Allen