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Nicey replies: I been told that Great Western Trains out of Paddington station carry Patersons biscuits possibly under their Bronte brand. This is the sort of place where these biscuits will turn up, however, you will be paying a premium for something supplied in this way. May be you should try a packet of Anzac biscuits from Sainburys in the meantime.

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Nicey replies: Yes Cadbury's Animals are still around although they seem to only be available bagged in mini sized versions. The full sized ones used to inhabit a box, and were a delicacy. I would like to get my hands on the full sized ones again as I have some Zoo Leibniz biscuits from Bahslen which I would like to put head to head with them, in a 1966 sort of way.

Vivienne Morgan
Nicey replies: Vivienne,

I think it would be a combination of the sugar and the environmental conditions in the office. Most offices have a very dry atmosphere which seems to cause accelerated evaporation rates from tea dregs. I imagine what was left in your cup was a matrix composed of high molecular weight tannins, crystalline sucrose, casein, and milk fat and possibly some carbonate salts (not sure I can remember what the water is like in Bristol, I've only drunk it filtered there).

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