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Simon Bartle
Pink WafersThe FrenchFig rolls
Nicey replies: Yes we have heard of Barrila via the Parvesi Ringo, but we have yet to sample their Fig Rolls.

Oliver Harris
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Nicey replies: Oliver, SIR,

You are entitled to your own opinion.

Penelope Reid
Pink WafersThe French
Nicey replies: I don't recall the Lemon Crunch Cream but I can well imagine one and they sound nice. You certainly would not get confused with the Lemon puff because they are horrid, and are my third most disliked biscuit after the Nice and the Pink Wafer. Maybe one of our other visitors has experience with the Lemon Crunch Cream.

Andrew Clover
Pink WafersWorld of BiscuitsThe French
Nicey replies: I've mostly seen Abbey Crunch in triple packs with along with ginger nuts and fruit shortcake for 99p in Iceland. Good hunting.

Ian Stanton
Pink WafersThe French
Nicey replies: I've been drinking tea from the age of three, (milky weak and sweet back then), but all biscuits are good with milk. Hoorah.

I think you'll find that strawberry blancmange is the benchmark pink food.

I hope the teenager in question has now been introduced to the wider world of biscuits.