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Nicey replies: Bob,

It gives me a warm feeling to know that we are helping people across the world to locate proper biscuits. Hoorah, for the wonder of the interweb.

Your point about the contribution date is a good one, I'll see what I can do.

As to fig roll preferences, I think I nailed my colours to the mast in the original review.

A J Evans
Nicey replies: Thanks for the poetry,

all about cups of tea,

It was really lovely.

Alan (Fred) Pipes
Nicey replies: Fred,

Thanks for the tip of about Perkins, they sound tasty, perhaps someone North of the Border can get us a picture.

As for the round rich tea progressive dunk, thanks for reminding us all of that important technique. As the tea gets drunk it can sometimes require up to three preliminary dunks before complete dunkage can be achieved.

Pete Biggs

Rich Tea Review
Nicey replies: Pete,

Thanks for those Rich Tea thoughts, your point about the builders is a particularly well made. Indeed there are some that think the finger too fancy, however in a side by side tasting we found them to be slightly tastier.

As far as Wagon Wheel size I tackle that classic point in the second paragraph.