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Nicey replies: Yes we had a lovely time at R&J. The Wife sat in the Green room and drank tea whilst I did my bit. I think the ladies who made all the lovely after show nibbly food were a bit put out when I asked them to bring the biscuits into the Green room. I had a huge cup of tea and a biscuit head on me for some reason. They were very kind however and wrapped up some nibbles for us to eat on the train home. Lovely. They also gave us a splendid B&W film of biscuits being made in the 1950s in Cricklewood.

Alas I never had a Rondello.

Katy Thomson
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Lu Mikado Review
Nicey replies: Cheers Tom,

I think thats made sense of the whole thing now, if thats possible. Its a Japanese company who make essentially German snacks and who licence the brand to French made their own and then sold it me. Yay!

Cassie Graff

Lu Mikado Review
Nicey replies: Yes thats tied it all up, I think they are Japanese, by a firm called 'Glico' and must be made under license by Lu. Our pack had a Glico logo on it like the Pocky's. This must be the origin of the Japanese 'Mikado' name.

Paul Coupe

Breakaway Review
Nicey replies: Never had a United alas, but thanks for that vivid description.

Also a point well made about the brass rubbing on top of Breakaways, we mention that in our review of them. Its these things that elevate a biscuit from an also ran into a classic design, and engage the eater.