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Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Yes, I just called it the way I saw it. The Wife is Northern Irish and as such doesn't have the Kimberley tolerance gene. Tony from the fig-fest has an Irish wife and has exactly the same tale to tell.

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Brian Barratt
Nicey replies: Hi Brian,

We drink our tea with a dash of milk, too much and our very hard water creates a mad sort brown film which slides around the sides of the mug in a fairly off putting way.

Rhandolph Stearman
Nicey replies: We make our tea milk last, however that is our preference. Tea is such a personal matter that we wouldn't be as bold as to say which is the correct way of making it and drinking it. However, George Orwell had no such compunctions a wrote a definitive essay on how to make and drink tea. This was in the days prior to mugs and tea-bags, both of which I think he would have disapproved of.