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Fazer Fasu Pala Review
Nicey replies: Thank you very much for that. People often ask me what's the strangest biscuit we have reviewed and I seem to come back to these most often.

Richard Westlake
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Abbey Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Yes a grim old business the end of the Abbey Crunch. I paraded my last pack which sits on the NCOTAASD desk on TV last week, when I went down to do a special program about biscuits on UK TV Food. The pack was 3 years and 2 days past its best before date. Renowned chef Mary Berry tried to console me by making a batch of Oaty biscuits for that were quite like Abbey Crunch, it was all very poignant.

Jamie Kirk
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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Jamie,

Thanks for that useful info. Probably most useful to Australians who find them selves not in Australia as they are prone to do. They get a bit animated when the subject of Tim Tams comes up so its best and safest to take a couple of steps back and let them get on with it. Those three varieties are the core of the range. I liked the double-coats.

Still fingers crossed you might come across some Penguins too.

Glyn Sykes
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Bakers Tennis Biscuits Review
Nicey replies: That's a fascinating web site with lots of great history. A great bit in the introduction which pushes the invention of the biscuit back to the Romans, and of course wonderful to hear how tennis biscuits actually got their name.

Thanks again for sharing Mr Baumann's work with us.

Hiromi Miura
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Nicey replies: Good Morning Hiromi,

Don't you worry, I think any FM Radio station in the UK will be just as surprised and thrilled to get a random delivery of unusual Japanese biscuits. As you say most of them seem to have a Black Thunder of their own (I think they are all part of the same company). Anyway Essex is next door to us and it's where I was born, and I have lots of family there so that's all fine. I'm quite excited about how confused and puzzled they are going to be! It's a wonderful thing you have done and you should be very proud.

A big NCOTAASD Hoorah for you!