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Victor Williams
Nicey replies: Hi Vicky,

I think I follow that, but it does imply that the term 'Tottenham cake', is a bit derogatory. This also implies that the iced sponge was a bit useless and picked up this name as some kind of put down. Perhaps there is a bit more light left to shed on this matter still.

Alison Debenham

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Ian Bradley
Nicey replies: Not a problem that simply registers a cup of tea icon.

Oliver Grimshaw

Rich Tea Review
Nicey replies: I actually think that the rich tea is a good bit 'baser' than the Digestive and even the grotty old Nice biscuit, and that Phil did a good job on them. Still very pleased to hear of your affection for what is after all a highly technical biscuit, a fact which people often forget.