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Fox's Butter Crinkle Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Oh yes if there's one thing a Butter Crunch likes it is to absorb moisture, hot tea being its optimum choice.

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Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: David,

Thanks for those memories of biscuits past. Actually when I read the Kimberley ingredients they all seemed perfectly in order with no recourse to sweeteners or colouring.

The other biscuit you referred to is the Jacobs Mikado, or Mallow depending on which side of teh Irish sea you are.