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Mike Lewis

Tunnocks Tea Cake Review
Nicey replies: Mike, as we pointed out in the review the Tunnocks marshmallow is unlike any other tea cake so just buy a different brand, try Burtons or Lees, you should find them right alongside the Tunnocks on the supermarket shelf.

Tunnocks named their wafer 'Tunnock's real milk chocolate caramel wafer biscuit', pretty explicit I think you'll agree, so its a bit unfair to throw accusations of wrongness at them. They are what they are, and the caramel is quite genuine.

As for your Grey Dunn Wafers I have not heard of them, not even from my 60's childhood. Perhaps some of our older readers can shed some more light on these.

Katherine Gillieson
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Nicey replies: We are aware of Canada, it is a good source of wheat, a staple ingredient of biscuits.

We are mounting a fact finding mission to France at the end of this month when we hope to secure some of the Lu Jaffa Cake analogues of which you speak.

Thomas Newton
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Nicey replies: Yes, you are really discussing something on the very fringes of the biscuit time space continuum there. Its a confectionary matter really.

Oliver Snell
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Rich Tea Review
Nicey replies: Well we found that Rich tea fingers taste ever so slightly different to Round Rich teas, but I'm sure the reason for their existence has to do with dunking dynamics as you suggest.

As for Ginger Nuts its funny you should mention them because we have another planned tras-global biscuit head to involving that very species of biccy. Your uncle sounds like he deserves a Rocket Science icon for advancing the field of biscuit eating in a foolhardy and entertaining way.

Catherine Ford
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Nicey replies: Catherine,

You simply need to engineer some situation that demands a grand biscuit gesture, such as the opening of your selection tin. I would suggest a long and epic family walk that requires lots of tea and biscuits on return to your abode. Timing is crucial however, as you must return home at a time far enough away from a meal time to authorise a biscuit binge.