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James Fussell
Nicey replies: Yes another example of brand tinkering and cross product category meddling. Unfortunately as in the case of mini-Hob Nobs its purely a means of parting you from more dosh for less product. I have to say that I find these sort of products very cynical.

Roger C
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Roger,

Lincoln biscuits are alive and well, visit our Biscuit of the Week page you'll find it in the list of links at the bottom.

As for the Rich Osbourne, I remember the biscuit but not the advert. They were like a thicker Rich Tea with a hint of butter, a pure dunking biscuit really.

Leila Pullen

Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Hoorah, what a marvelous tale of solid chocolate biscuits, we can only imagine the charged emotions which must have overtaken you on such a momentous occasion. That would have also been long ago enough for it to be a proper Club biscuit not one of today's sad ones.

Brian Barratt
Cork Hat - AustraliaTea
Nicey replies: Yes, I ordered our pack of Yorkshire hard water tea last night. As you know we have very hard water, as its all drawn from a chalk bed. Danone, who are the French company who bought Jacobs and led to the downfall of the Club biscuit, sell a mineral water with added calcium. I can't believe that some of our local supermarkets actually stocked it.

James Watson