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Laura Osborn
Nicey replies: I expect if you boil half a cup of white vinegar in it from time to time along with some water, it will see off your scale.

Martin Gedge

Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: The lemon puff omission is quite deliberate, if you get our book you'll find out why. I think I would take one of those large packs of digestives to a desert Island as they would probably supply the most sustenance, and really taste doesn't enter in to it as just about any biscuit is going to be brilliant under those circumstances.

Its a bit like when the entire NCOTAASD crew stayed in the Travel Inn in Guilford over the summer. We had enough tea in our room but only one pack of complementary Bourbons. So I had to undertake a covert mission to top up our supplies from the maids trolley up the corridor, to the tune of a another three packs. Normally we can take or leave Bourbons, but these proved to be scrumptious.

Andy Turpin
Nicey replies: Lovely

Sue Northcott
Nicey replies: Morning Sue,

Yes I've seen that written on French Herbal teas but due to lack of interest, hadn't taken it onboard. It sounds like an excellent plan, not only does it give them their own rather daft name but it associates them with the French which historically has is always handy if you are looking to blame somebody for something.

Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: Jim,

Very timely, as I suspect I might get asked about that on the Paul O'Grady show this afternoon. I'm with you, if it hasn't got tea in it then what's it doing calling its self tea. I'm a reasonable man if there is some tea in there then thats OK, otherwise 'hot drink infusion' as you suggest would seem fine.