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Liisa Shunn
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Nicey replies: Yes I remember mailing Brian about that.

I was only basing my observations on the fact that I grew up in Wales and nobody I have ever met in Wales drinks Welsh breakfast tea, or indeed has heard of it. There is a tea called Glengetty which is a Welsh brand of tea, but its not widely drunk either. From what I remember of it smooth is not a word I would apply to it, astringent perhaps. I don't doubt that some other companies copy this blend style, or not, and call it Welsh Breakfast but it's all a bit contrived I think. Similarly in England where I have spent most of my adult life very few people indeed drink English Breakfast tea at breakfast time unless of course they are forced to through finding themselves in a hotel or something that insists on keeping up the charade by having Twinings English Breakfast tea. Mostly they are after a nice cup of PG, Tetley, Typhoo etc In my limited exposure to Irish Breakfasts you mostly never get Irish Breakfast tea, but something sensible like Barry's, Nambarrie or Bewleys. Do see where I'm going with this? I don't want to sound stroppy (my Mac is telling me that's not a word, so you may not know what I mean), it's just I suspect these things are abstractions which elude to the popular styles of tea blended over a century ago and subsequently replaced by branded tea.

I'm sure you would be equally nonplussed at things that pass over here as 'New York Bagels' or 'American Cheesecake'.

Monika Duhig
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Weston's Wagon Wheels Review
Nicey replies: Hi Monika,

Wow sounds like the WagonWheel has really wigged out since joining Arnotts.

Sarah Campbell Kennedy
Cork Hat - AustraliaSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: They are actually made under licence by Arnotts and are their version of the South African biscuit the Romany Cream made by Bakers. We reviewed the originals some time ago.

You can get Kingstons in the Australian shop in London's Covent garden although they are loads of money.

Murray James
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Gill Tweed
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Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Gill,

So glad that we have cheered you up with our ramblings. Hope you get to do some biscuit research with your family down in Oz soon.