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Biscuit

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 1,000 pounds. The term gained currency in the gambling industry as 1,000-pound chips are larger than others, looking like biscuits or cookies.
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It's fruitier, much fruitier, and it has the biscuity aroma, but it doesn't have the biscuity flavor," he said.
Rich and biscuity in taste, it was a pleasure to drink, but not my favourite.
Made from chardonnay, it's delicate on the nose with green apple and biscuity notes and a lovely crisp acidity that's balanced by a fresh citrus palate.
Elsewhere, the bowling club committee, the boys as the exclusive girls with a sense of entitlement and Rab Florence as a woman experiencing social media neurosis in a nightclub toilet sat easily alongside old favourites Scott and Peter, Biscuity Boyle and the Up Eh Road guys.
The always-reliable Hawkshead came up trumps with a Windermere Pale, with its crisp sharpness and biscuity depth.
A fresh hop nose leads you into your first sip, where you'll encounter the biscuity flavor of pale and Crystal malts up front," says Fuller's US Brand Manager, Charles Stanley.
The salted caramel filling provides a delicious contrast with the sweet biscuity base and chocolate topping, while the light dusting of gold to finish is a lovely Christmas touch.
I feel like a penguin, not the chocolate covered biscuity kind, but an actual penguin that waddles .
The new scheme aims to keep workers' blues at bay - by awarding those companies most deserving of a biscuity boost with a bumper supply of Fox's finest biscuits.
There's Oz tropical fruit but subtlety, too, with an attractive hint of biscuity vanilla.
Fully customisable, you can create just the right shade to complement your skin tone and it also has a unique summer scent, which is a nice change from some of the biscuity smells.