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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: Nick,

Yes our best information on the Chocolate Gariballdi is that it was probably made by the now defunct south London biscuit manufacturer Chiltonian biscuits. Not only were they able to cover some in chocolate but theirs were much more moist than today's Gariballdis. When ever I'm in the presence of one of the powerful people in the biscuit world I habitually put in a plea to bring back the Chocolate Gariballdi. So far there is no sign of this happening.

Adam Tate
Nicey replies: Adam,

It's my recollection that McVities have applied the white chocolate at its standard chocolate to digestive ratio of 29%. Normally as in this weeks BOTW from Fox's White chocolate is applied a bit thicker than its traditional brothers to compensate for it being naturally a bit insipid. This is because it lacks the dark and bitter 'cocoa mass' of ordinary chocolate but relies on the fatty cocoa butter for its bulk and flavour usually with some skimmed milk.

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Nicey replies: Mrs Turner,

The only solution to your problem is to get a bigger drawer so that you can take full advantage of the current BOGOF.

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Mint Viscount Review
Nicey replies: Very Good Mrs Viscount,

Now what do you think your friend can go with out till Christmas?