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Lincoln Review
Nicey replies: A bit of good news on the Lincoln front, despite McVities discontinuing them we have just spotted Jacob's Lincolns in Ireland. The Jacob's Lincoln's I've had in the past have been very nice indeed and are a little bit more golden than the pale McVities ones were.

John Dolan

Tunnocks Tea Cake Review
Nicey replies: Well I had a lovely bike ride through the collages the other day so if you had spotted me you could have asked me then. Burton's definitely have red goo inside them I wouldn't exactly call it jam I've always thought of it as part of an alliance which includes the red stuff that goes on top proper ice creams. Having said that you don't see that as often as you used to. I haven't had a Burton's for a little while now but did look at a pack the other day and it still depicted jam in them.

Lee's a Scottish brand also definitely has jam in them too.

I have never encountered a Tunnocks tea cake with jam in it and personally as I said in the review I don't see that it is possible, but would happily be proved wrong.

Hiromi Miura
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Fox's Whipped Creams Review
Nicey replies: Hello Special Biscuit Correspondent Miura,

They look like really good fun for YMOS parties and such. Perhaps the biscuits become super-conductive at low temperatures allowing them to hover in magnetic fields, perhaps that's what the Koreans are getting at.

Kate Drake
Fig rolls
Nicey replies: The Fig Roll Crisis earlier this year is still having repercussions six months later. All cut and bake varieties seem to available, we have seen Jacobs, Crawfords and Bolands (Irish) in last few months. However the Burton's bake then cut ones which are supplied to most UK supermarkets as own brand don't seem to have restarted as yet.

Revd. Stephen Day

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