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    Best biscuits to dunk in coffee?

    ok guys me feeling a bit hungry at 2 in the morning hence my food inspired threads.....but which biscuit do u think are the best to dunk in your cuppa?....

    mine would have to be choc cookies, ginger biscuits...and any oaty types....hmmmmm....and sport biscuits!!

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    hob-nobs, although they're a bugger to get in the cup when whole (unless you've got a bit cup )
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    You can't better the old 'One-Dips'
    Rich Tea. fantastic dunking biscuit but very prone to falling in your brew so be carefull.



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    Ginger nuts are good ones, and they hold together quiter well too.
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    ^ agree with ginger nuts but double em up and leave em in your brew till just before breaking point.
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    Ginger nuts, every time.
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    You should have made this a poll.....

    Another vote for Ginger Nuts here... although they do tend to make your cuppa taste different...

    I think an experiment is in order...
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    Coc covered hob-nobs
    With ginger nuts a very very close second......
    ............now im off to put kettle on (but tea for me as i dont like coffee)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIABLO636
    Coc covered hob-nobs
    Can't say I have ever tried that type... Soggy buscuit anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutLore
    Can't say I have ever tried that type... Soggy buscuit anyone?
    Good spot..was in rush t put kettle on
    chocolate covered.....
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    gotta be hob nobs - "the marines of the biscuit world" - they will drink half your brew though !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomjim
    Drop a viagra in your coffee an it'll stop your biscuits going soft
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    Anything with chocolate on it...a bit messy but lovely stuff to lick off

 

 

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