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Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Rachael,

This is of course an extremely important development thank you for alerting us.


Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Actually as we found out the Chocolate Kimberleys seem to safe enough to eat by anybody, its the original ones which are an acquired taste. Sadly though I've not seen them outside Ireland. Maybe you can get somebody in one of your Irish offices to send over a case of them, either that or get a cheap flight to Dublin and sort it out directly.

We are planning another Irish tea tour this summer so I hope to grapple with the Kimberley again.

Keith O'Kane

Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Well I've not seen any other sort apart from Jacobs, so its fairly unlikely. Still pickout the mallow and make them eat the rest, they shouldn't escape so easily.

Keith O'Kane

Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review

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Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: David,

Thanks for those memories of biscuits past. Actually when I read the Kimberley ingredients they all seemed perfectly in order with no recourse to sweeteners or colouring.

The other biscuit you referred to is the Jacobs Mikado, or Mallow depending on which side of teh Irish sea you are.