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Jennifer Hands
Nicey replies: Dear Miss Hands,

I think your suggestion has merit, the pot is the basis for truely nice cups of tea. What most people don't seem to

recognise is that the majority of tea bags on the market are for two cups of tea not one, thats why you get those little stainless steel teapots which make two cups from one bag. Therefore teabags on the whole are meant for a pot deployment.

We get the pot out when we have friends over to Castle Nice. Hoorah.

PS. Are you related to Mr Hands of the extended sit down fame?

Jennifer Hands
Nicey replies: Its good to know that there people who take their sitting down as seriously as the Hands siblings, by developing their own sit down notation.

Dave Price
The FrenchRocket Science
Nicey replies: Thank you for that mammoth email, I assume you must be engaged in some form of higher education to be able to bring so much time and thought to a particular subject.

I like your idea for nasty biscuit reviews, I think they can be very amusing. I was sent a terrific one not so long ago but the author could bring himself to go back and get some more for a photo. If people would like to send them in thats fine. Personally I have lots of lovely biscuits to work my way through before I get to the nasty ones, or the fringe players such as Cheddars.

Your Nice biscuit game sounds dangerous and foolhardy, someone could easily be hurt or mentally damaged from such massive exposure to such tatty biscuits.

James Johnson
Cheese please
Nicey replies: There is are two simple tests for crackers VS biscuits.

1) Would you dunk a load of them in your tea?

2) Would you eat them with cheese?

If the answer is NO to the first and YES to the second then they should be crackers.

If you want to think of Rich Tea biscuits as a dazzling spectrum of sumptuous flavours then simply eat a Water Biscuit before hand.

Brian Barratt
ChocolateCork Hat - AustraliaCheese please
Nicey replies: Brian,

Thank you for that charming email. We are always on the look out for the flagship biscuits of other nations, maybe one day we'll get to try the notorious Tim-Tam.

Sorry to hear about your chocolate biscuit and cheese regime.