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Oreo Review
Nicey replies: I think I would need to see this all first hand in order to be convinced, although with your growing empire it appears that people like liquidised biscuits. You certainly have a lot of useful flavours in there including Custard, and Custard Creams covering all possible bases. Horrah! for all your mad milkshakes.

Do you serve tea?

Lizzy Arnott
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Nicey replies: Giant Fig Roll.

Sally England
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Nicey replies: Lidls do a very good Jaffa Cake too.

Andy Noname
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Nicey replies: Sure they were made by Jacobs and had a Cherry Jam filling. The white chocolate had fine lines of plain chocolate which had been raked. I haven't had one since the late 1980's so I'm not sure when they ceased production. Given that Jacobs would have been owned by Danone who also own LU who make the Pims in our multi-review one has to suspect this had something to do with it.

Adrian Clarke
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Nicey replies: We may have to wait a while for the sausage ones, or Tandoori for that matter. Custard could be made to work but I would suspect you would need a quite a large smashing custardy bit in the middle for it to be effective. Much as it pains me to say the French could probably pull this off using the Pims technology.