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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Marie/Parle G/Tiger biscuits and Chai is a match made in heaven
    Parle G goes great with spiced tea but not so great with plain tea. It's an iconic Indian product!

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    Pepperidge farm milk choclate biscuits

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    I bought chocolate digestives during my layover in UK, and they were the most perfect chocolate biscuits I've ever had! The sweetness is not imposing too!
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    Caramel digestives


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkut View Post
    I bought chocolate digestives during my layover in UK, and they were the most perfect chocolate biscuits I've ever had! The sweetness is not imposing too!
    Its the awesomeness of the chocoate managing to cancel out the shittiness of the digestives. If you eat just a chocolate bar without the digestives I think it'll be even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burner View Post
    Its the awesomeness of the chocoate managing to cancel out the shittiness of the digestives. If you eat just a chocolate bar without the digestives I think it'll be even better.
    I was comparing it with the cream biscuits you get outside the UK, they are mostly too sweet that you don't feel like having more than one. Hey! I actually like plain digestives, there is a hint of saltiness which gives a more complete flavour to the biscuit.
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    Tunnocks caramel wafers. Total drooliness...
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    Chocolate Hob Nobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vogue View Post
    Tunnocks caramel wafers. Total drooliness...
    Used to eat Tunnock's tea cakes daily. Not technically a biscuit, I guess, but was fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    Love shortbreads. Dislike oreos.
    I'm pleasantly surprised that shortbread biscuits are available anywhere outside of the UK. They're easily the best I've had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andmark View Post
    I'm pleasantly surprised that shortbread biscuits are available anywhere outside of the UK. They're easily the best I've had.
    Can quite easily be made from ingredients that are purchasable more or less everywhere in the world tbh.

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    Pepperidge farm Milani Cookies
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Can quite easily be made from ingredients that are purchasable more or less everywhere in the world tbh.
    I didn't know they were famous/popular enough to be made elsewhere though.

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    No love for Popeyes and KFC biscuits?

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    For me you cant beat choc digestives...

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