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Lynette Browning-Brock
Nicey replies: Our Girl Scouts are called Girl Guides for the most part and they haven't got the enormous door to door cookie distribution business that your lot have. Our leading mint biscuit is the Viscount, and in Australia its the Arnotts Mint Slice.

Vivienne Wong
Nicey replies: Ahh maybe it was a Canadian Kettle that was really responsible for the recent power outage.

Scott Kaltenbach
Nicey replies: Scott,

Glad you liked Pete's review. We still have a couple of Maple Creams in our biscuit tin under a fearsome layer of Morning Coffee.

Joey Howe
Nicey replies: Yes very insightful stuff there about the Pecan nuts. I have still to open my pack of Dare Maple creams, hand couriered from Canada by Biscuit Enthusiast Mandy (now to occasionally known as Mrs B), but I've had a few before, and I think you are on to something there.

Here's hoping that I can eat them without a gnawing sense of incompleteness.

Jenni Conway

Weston's Wagon Wheels Review
Nicey replies: Jenni,

Thanks for that wonderful piece of trans-altlantic biscuit detection, and the wealth of data in your report. Good to see that the Canadians are settling for a 67mm Wagon wheel which is 7mm smaller than our own, although you may have the edge over us on depth. Amazing to see Raspberries turning up in the jam, this must be a first for the whole genre, you should be proud as a Canadian, even if you are unable to eat them due to your dietary restrictions.