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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: They are in-fact very different, 'Vive la difference'.

Jono Wardle
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Nicey replies: Yes we are hearing good things about the Fruit Shrewsburys on trains.

As for the Germans I find them a bit fixated on Ginger and Spice in their biscuits which is fine just a bit samey. Still I've only been there once so what do I know.

Richard Tysoe
Nicey replies: They sound German to me. This is exactly the sort of thing you can get from Lidl's or Aldi supermarkets in the UK, who I think are German owned.

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Lottie Clark
Nicey replies: Simple Lottie they are little stale cakes. They may be eaten in emergencies or used in trifles as you point out, although I favour the dedicated trifle sponge in this regard. The packs always suggest loads of other uses for them but then they would. I expect they would be good for making small edible log cabins.

Don't worry about the Herbal tea thing, they all be back for proper tea once the novelty wears off.