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Wagon Wheel Review
Nicey replies: We have heard anecdotal evidence that the initial 1950's Wagon Wheels were bigger, and so you have lent this considerable credence now. It would be interesting to know if it did have the same diameter as the primal Australian Westons Wagon Wheel that we got hold of a few years back.

Lizzy Arnott
Rocket ScienceFig rollsJaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Giant Fig Roll.

Karl Rhodes
Fig rolls
Nicey replies: Yes you will find the Jacob's to have a harder biscuit. Also the Lyons falls into the Burton's fig roll family and as such you need to keep an eye on the fig content which can vary between 20-30% depending on the sub-species (Lyons, Coop, Spar, Asda, Sainsbury's etc).

Jeremy Shotts
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Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: That's surprising, most plain chocolate zealots have taken to the blue and gold wafers like ducks to water. Perhaps you were just disorientated by the switch, a bit like approaching a French round-about for the first time. After a day or two it seems natural.

Chew Lip Ping


Khong Guan creamy chocolate biscuits Review
Nicey replies: Thanks for that I was just following what the pack said, so it must have been a fully localised Chinese export pack.