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Ian Exton

Abricot Barquettes Review
Nicey replies: Ian,

We are not big on pandering to anyone really, but we do have more than the occasional run in with spell checkers that are keen on swapping 's' for 'z' and dropping 'u's entirely. Sometimes it sneeks a small victory.

Peter Gilmore

Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Not that we are aware of. Try widening your search area to some not exactly local shops. Also they tend to be on the bottom shelf in big supermarkets.

Lucy Jones

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: That's good news. Now you just have to start drinking proper tea and everything will be tickty-boo.

Sarah Lougee
Nicey replies: The long and short of it would seem to be that you need to carry round some Twinings Earl Grey teabags with you, as these appear to the ones you like and that your friends etc don't have. Hope that is helpful.

Oh obviously if you are going on a bit of a big trip you'll need more than usual.


Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Hester,

We drink PG.

As for Ginger matters, Tom who edited our book and his wife are both of the Ginger persuasion and for their wedding cake had a huge ginger one with a Gingerbread groom and bride on top. Perhaps you should up the ante and carry around lumps of ginger, and those little jars of it to snack on.