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Andy Clarke
Nicey replies: Well you know I don't like to make edicts about tea. However, in this instance the rules are quite simple milk in last unless you are having your tea in a cup and saucer and have made a pot, in which case it is considered best to put the milk in first.

You can put it in first for other methods but it is considered technically wrong. However that may be how you prefer it. Tony from the Fig fest likes it milk first and accepts that he is technically wrong on this one.

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Marie Review
Nicey replies: That's right Brian they are hardly worth getting out of the packet really. Although there was that chap somebody told me about, that used to cycle to India once a week to get his Marie biscuits (He used to live about 5 miles away in Bangladesh).

Biscuit Enthusiast Mandy
Nicey replies: Hoorah for Parkin news. We should all get some, and start a Parkin revival.

Ben Hale
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Nicey replies: If it saves Carol's shoulders from strap cutting then I am prepared to register a point in favour of the HobNob tube, especially given your admirable stance on the recycling issue.

Duncan Bain
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Nicey replies: Not ringing any bells with me, sorry.