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Adam Christmas
Nicey replies: Oh quite. I mean coffee doesn't get all this grief does it? Occasionally chicory or something tries to get involved, but it does have completely random things like stinging nettles, stinky old camomile, rose-hips or blackcurrant leaves passing themselves off as it. If I was tea I would be very indignant, and demand that they only assume the title of "herbal infusion", and use a different shelf entirely in the supermarket.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Kieth,

I think this allows me to utilise the seldom seen Jam and Fruit icons

David Cummings
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: David,

Of course they are free to enjoy that gooey centered cookie, they might also enjoy eating large quantities of uncooked cake mixture. Calling them biscuits is however effectively surrendering our culture identity to America, a bit like giving up BBC One in favour of Sky One. As for the Trio we still get the occasional sighting in the wild, the last occurred in North East Belfast about eighteen months ago. Alas no pictures were obtained.

Fred Pipes
Nicey replies: Fred

Oh dear that's my GNER - Fruit Shewsbury assumption thrown into disarray then.

John Duncan

Ringtons Ginger Snap Review
Nicey replies: No Ginger Snap is not a brand name. I have always seen them as interchangeable terms. However, I would see a Ginger Snap implying a thinner and more delicate biscuit moving towards the Brandy Snap's thin brittle toffee. Mind you the last 'ginger snap' we got to grips with was a fair size dwarfing the Ginger Nuts along side it, although it wasn't durable as them.