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Dunking buiscuit.
I have done a search on here and there was on thread done last year. I was wondering what people are loving to dunk in their brews this year :D
Im sat here at the moment with a packet of shortbread fingers not the best for dunking but all i have at the moment :D
So come on then whats your dunker favourite? :D
 

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pink lady bug said:
Dunking buiscuit.
I have done a search on here and there was on thread done last year. I was wondering what people are loving to dunk in their brews this year :D
Im sat here at the moment with a packet of shortbread fingers not the best for dunking but all i have at the moment :D
So come on then whats your dunker favourite? :D
That's strange, I hardly ever eat sweet biscuits but I did buy a packet of shortbread this morning! :hangloose
 

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sod your biscuits, i dunk donuts!!
 

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I'm very serious about my biscuits. When I eventually learn how to do a website I'm going to do one with every biscuit's ODT (optimum dunking time) to save that nasty heart-attack moment when you see a new and untried biscuit snap off and go sinking to the bottom of your tea. Yes there is a dedicated biscuit website already somewhere, but it has no ODT guide.

Personally I go for:
Choc digestive - a childhood classic and a winner
Choc malted milk - a bit of a dark horse, this one. New to my biscuit tin but rapidly gaining favour. Like the choc digestive, two can be sandwiched together for optimum delectation.
Sainsbury's 'taste the difference' triple choc cookies - rare, expensive and delicate - the caviar of the biscuit world. Very short ODT.
Toffeepop - Vastly underrated IMHO.
Bourbon cream - Fantastic when dunked correctly. Can be disasterous.
Ginger snaps - Can't be highly enough praised.


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Orby1 said:
I'm very serious about my biscuits. When I eventually learn how to do a website I'm going to do one with every biscuit's ODT (optimum dunking time) to save that nasty heart-attack moment when you see a new and untried biscuit snap off and go sinking to the bottom of your tea. Yes there is a dedicated biscuit website already somewhere, but it has no ODT guide.

Personally I go for:
Choc digestive - a childhood classic and a winner
Choc malted milk - a bit of a dark horse, this one. New to my biscuit tin but rapidly gaining favour. Like the choc digestive, two can be sandwiched together for optimum delectation.
Sainsbury's 'taste the difference' triple choc cookies - rare, expensive and delicate - the caviar of the biscuit world. Very short ODT.
Toffeepop - Vastly underrated IMHO.
Bourbon cream - Fantastic when dunked correctly. Can be disasterous.
Ginger snaps - Can't be highly enough praised.

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you have an amazingly good taste in buiscuits :D One of my fav ones in choc digestives with caramel in the middle you cant get much better than that :D oh not forgetting anything to do with dark chocolate.

Just out of curiosaty has anyone tried frinking their brew through a kit kat my mate told me about it and i was wondering if i was any good :D
 

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The best for drinking it through is a biscuit called a "tim tam" from Australlia.

Bearing in mind it is very difficult to get hold of, i found the next best thing to try was a twix. It tastes f-&*$^g brilliant!
 
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