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Tom Brickman

Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: Very good, but I doubt if you would want it any other way.

Andy Ley

Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: Yes chilled biscuits can present special hazards to the unwary eater, thanks for bringing up this important issue. Caramel especially presents problems turning from a viscous gloop at room temperature into a brittle crystalline shards at fridge temperature (>=4 degrees C). I suspect that its the caramel layers in the Tunnocks that have been giving you problems.

As for the Fox's Honeycomb Echo I have to say that there is so much chocolate in an Echo bar that it is difficult for me to form an opinion on them. I think that Honeycomb was slightly grittier than the white chocolate Echo, and if my memory serves me correctly actually had a slightly higher proportion of white chocolate. Perhaps this is what is appealing to your girlfriend.

Yvette Joes
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Tunnocks Wafer Review

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Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: The clue is the name 'Tunnock's real milk chocolate caramel wafer biscuit'. It should be grouped with other chocolate covered biscuits next to the conventional biscuits.

James Fussell
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Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: Well spotted Jim. We wondered about this very paradox previously, and assumed that it was the Scottish themselves, of which there are over 5,000,000. So they would be able to take of them all if they only ate one each a week.

Maybe somebody Scottish could provide estimates of how many Tunnocks wafers and by what proportion of the population are eaten. We could the do the sums and estimate how much of their weekly production they send down south.

It has also been pointed out that the Scottish apparently enjoy a higher standard of health care, maybe this helps certain individuals cope with massive intakes of Tunnocks wafers, who may responsible for mopping up hundreds of thousands of them. We don't know this is pure speculation.