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Nabisco Nutter Butter Review
Nicey replies: Hello Nick,

Good to hear from you again. By now you will be winging your way to the land of 'not yet achieving and icon'. We often get asked this question by forward thinking travellers such as yourself and so far the biscuit which I found the most plausible is the Graham Cracker. Its very name would be enough to keep most Brits at bay thinking its some kind of aspiring cheese board wanna-be. It is, however, a quite reasonable sweet biscuit and has little creases embedded in it which aid its breaking apart into smaller sections. For this reason alone it punches above its weight, making it one of the must see biscuits for the inquiring biscuit tourist.

Strawberry Newtons are notable in as much as there really isn't anything like them in the UK, so its worth just trying them to say you have. Likewise another Nabisco biscuit the NutterButter which having peanut butter in them isn't going to make on our shelves anytime soon, although I did actually find them appealing to my inner child like some sort of new sweet shop treat.

To be honest it is as you suspect a much more serious problem getting any sort of sensible cuppa, so I hope you have your teabags packed and access to boiling water over the next fortnight.


Nicky Bramley
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Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Right that's a new icon for Hiromi then, or any other Korean based Japanese UK biscuit aficionados with a liking for Black Thunders that write to us.

In time honoured NCOTAASD fashion, here is a hearty Hoorah! for the new icon (I had to animate it and everything).

Hiromi Miura
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Nicey replies: Hello Hiromi,

Worrying events in the world of Japanese biscuits especially as you say you like to buy them otona-gai. I suspect once they have got the situation under control they'll probaby start making all sorts of spin off biscuits. I have to say we all enjoyed the Black Thunders you kindly sent. They seem to be a mass produced version of the sort of tray bake things you can make with smashed up biscuits, dried fruit and chocolate which are very pleasant.

Not sure what biscuits Chris Hoy our triple gold medal winning cycling bloke or Rebecca Adlington our double Gold Medal lady swimmer eat. Some how what ever they were I don't think the whole nation would run out and buy them all up though.

Hiromi Miura
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Fox's Whipped Creams Review
Nicey replies: Hello Special Biscuit Correspondent Miura,

They look like really good fun for YMOS parties and such. Perhaps the biscuits become super-conductive at low temperatures allowing them to hover in magnetic fields, perhaps that's what the Koreans are getting at.