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Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: It's strange for us too because we know you both so well. Hopefully there won't be any awkward scenes when you are both invited to the same parties. I think Wifey will probably take your ex-tea out on the lash and may not speak to your new tea for at least six months.

Perhaps you should consider making a clean break of it and getting a new mug, after all how will your new tea feel being in the same mug that you had all those lovely cups of PG Tips in?

Kate Devlin

Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Well it's probably a first in that sense. A chap at Bath University is translating it into Chinese for his MA, I asked if they could get somebody to translate it back when he was done as I'd like to see how it turned out.


Digestive Review

Tim Walters
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Nicey replies: Tim,

You have of course spotted my guilty secret, namely that I didn't have a dark chocolate Hobnob picture so switched in a Dark Digestive. It's also plainly time that I sorted out the votes and told everybody what has been happening. I shall get to it right away.

I can say however in advance that the Top 10s are as follows:


  1. Dark Chocolate Digestive

  2. Milk Chocolate Digestive

  3. Milk Chocolate Hobnob

  4. Jaffa Cake

  5. Gingernut

  6. Dark Chocolate Hobnob

  7. Chocolate Caramel Digestive

  8. Hobnob

  9. Custard cream


  1. Digestive

  2. Milk Chocolate Digestive

  3. Dark Chocolate Digestive

  4. Gingernut

  5. Rich Tea

  6. Jaffa Cake

  7. Hobnob

  8. Custard cream

  9. Choc chip cookie

  10. Bourbon


  1. Pink Wafers

  2. Fig Roll

  3. Wagonwheel

  4. Rich Tea

  5. Lemon Puff

  6. Iced Gems

  7. Gingernut

  8. Jaffa cake

  9. Garibaldi

  10. Nice

Well done to the Gingernut and Jaffa cake for appearing in all three top 10s. Also we would like to add that the Jaffa cake is of course still a small cake despite its inclusion in the poll. Mind you maybe the VAT man will use this very poll as evidence next time they thrash out the eternal debate.

Anita Mahler
World of Biscuits

Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Hi Anita,

Glad to hear that we have put you in touch with the icing of your youth. Your friends husband will have no problem tracking down a sack of Iced Gems for you all the big supermarkets have them. They are available in fruit flavours or lately chocolate so probably best if he gets the fruity ones.