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Sharon Matthews
Nicey replies: If only it were that simple, however the temperature of the tea is a vital factor, and so guidelines would have to be given for piping hot tea, hot tea, warm tea, barely warm tea and stone cold tea.

I really must do a dunking icon tomorrow.

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Andrew Zwinkels
Nicey replies: Nestle themselves are deliberately evasive on this whole area. As I have said before I consider the KitKat a transitional form right on the boundary between chocolate bar and biscuit, sort of the Archaeopteryx of the biscuit/chocolate world.

Ruth Vishnick

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Nicey replies: Possibly crossed some sort of line here between the particular and the quite scary.

Sara Lea
Nicey replies: Righty Ho.