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  • Premier Icon martinhutch
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    I am somewhat concerned that this thread has got this long without mention of the mighty chocolate covered hobnob. The true king of biscuits, currently available at my local shop for £1 a pack.

    Agreed, but this is a cost benefit analysis. Is one pack of 15 Choccy Hobnobs the equivalent of about 150 custard creams?

    Rod
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    Aldi fruit & nut biscuits…. hands down! (think they might be Fox’s in disguise)

    mattzzzzzz
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    Foxs Party Rings end of thread

    Or

    Cadburys Animals

    I am 5 again

    Premier Icon mogrim
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    Homemade, wins on all counts.

    But if they have to be shop bought, Carrefour brand digestives.

    Premier Icon Rusty Mac
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    Agreed, but this is a cost benefit analysis. Is one pack of 15 Choccy Hobnobs the equivalent of about 150 custard creams?

    It is a cost benefit analysis but the benefit of a chocolate hobnob is infinitely greater than 10 custard creams.

    Premier Icon martinhutch
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    OK, say you have a pound budgeted for biscuits for a month. Which is better, 5 custard creams a day or one choccy hobnob every two days?

    beefheart
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    the benefit of a chocolate hobnob is infinitely greater than 10 custard creams.

    And in turn, the benefit of a caramel digestive is infinitely greater than a chocolate hobnob.

    Caramel digestives will never leave crumbs in your tea, and you can trust them 100% not to collapse when dunking.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    *reports beefhearts post*
    Ecxessive reliance on dunking performance, no account taken of stand alone flavour.

    hammyuk
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    Digestives for the first 3-4 dunks (remembering to crack them along the natural fault line first – stops them falling into the abyss) then Ginger nuts.
    Digestives MUST be McVities – Ginger Nuts however can be Asda’s own – nice and fiery

    jamiea
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    I must be an odd creature, I’m a big fan of rich tea but don’t drink hot drinks into which they’re designed to be dunked…

    Cheers,
    Jamie

    ocrider
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    Caramel digestives? They’re the ones with the cardboard stuffed between the biscuit and the chocolate, right?

    Hobnobs or, if on the continent, BN breakfast bicuits (a chocolate digestive with a hint of Hobnob)

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Rich Tea.

    Surely a biscuit has to be enjoyable?

    Premier Icon chrisdw
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    Have to agree on those assorted “broken biscuit” boxes you can get from the range and shops like that. A kilo for about 2.80.

    A bit of luck is needed when selecting your box of choice. But mostly they are great, with loads of chocolatey high quality biscuits.

    Problem is I could probably get through one in a day if it was sitting in front of me.

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