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Nicey replies: Hello Fnord,

Well, we try to to avoid such experiments, and biscuits are rarely in our tin long enough to suffer such problems/effects. The last time I had a tin full of Gingernuts it also had some other gingernuts in it so I couldn't tell.

I would just caution against any such experiments with Asda Maple Syrup Creams, or Maryland cookies deviating from the chocolate theme, as it will lead to biscuit distress.

Dave Grennall
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Nicey replies: Jon,

Well, I think the taste is not so good if chocolate is chilled, but the texture change is certainly of interest. I imagine a chilled chocolate caramel would put up a bit of a fight. Of course I would advocate biscuit tins as the way forward on storage.

James Williamson
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Nicey replies: What a fantastic tale of biscuit tin drama, and a wonderful diagram. Worthy of a rocket science icon as well as a biscuit tin.