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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: They have been in Tescos for over a month now, hence the sightings in the news section. Original, Double Coat and Caramel will provide the core range.

The man from Tesco's tells me that they will probably drop in a limited edition flavour from time to time, and the man from Arnotts told us that Limited edition flavours tend to rotate over time.

Rob Farrow

Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Solid chocolate KitKats are actually very common occurrence. The Yorkie bar was actually made by the same folks that made the KitKat at the time, Rowntree Mackintosh. The Yorkie was an attempt to make snacking on chocolate appeal to the largely untapped male segment of the market. Interesting that they are now using that same message to actually advertise back to the female consumer, by baiting them. Anyhow they liked the bloke driving the truck as well as the chocolate from the outset.

Simon Vannerley

Tom Aldred
Jaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Tom,

McVities did total chocolate covered Jaffa Cakes back in the nineties for a brief time to keep out the 'Orangy Tangs' who apparently were after the smashing orangy bit in the middle.

Not been to M&S for some time, but biscuit enthusiast Mandy keeps me appraised of their work, I will pass on your information.

Lobelia Overhill
Nicey replies: Thats perfectly OK, if thats what you really want to do. Do remember the sit down through.