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Nicey replies: I just answered an email to another lady about your Grandad's invention. Its amazing how these things still touch and affect people in a nostalgic way. Hoorah for your Grandad and his much missed breakfast biscuits.

Mike Stephens

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Nicey replies: What an inspirational tale of biscuit good. I have often thought that the gang violence in the US could be stopped if they all sat down and had an enormous fried breakfast with all the trimmings black pudding, baked beans, tinned tomatoes and of course lots and lots of pots of tea to wash it all down. I'm sure they wouldn't be too fussed about things one way or another after that.

Of course a mid morning feast of Gingernuts and tea would surely cement the peace.

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Nicey replies: Yes well said Jim, this is an important element in tea presentation isn't it.

Lee Wallis
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Nicey replies: Yes well boiling water is very necessary for getting the best from the tea, George Orwell, is very insistent on this as well.

Interestingly when making tea up mountains as I'm prone to from time to time the water boils at a much lower temperature but the tea still seems to work. Maybe the boiling is necessary to help the volatile substances in the tea to be released, where as the temperature is not as crucial. Of course this is all negated if one is forced to use the local Lipton's Yellow Label tea which is fairly standard when abroad.