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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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Malty, biscuity aroma, like a Vienna lager nose," said Ernie Adamo.
Widely available, this is the best price, biscuity.
It was like the most buttery, boozy fudge on a rich biscuity base.
This had perfect structure, clean and crisp on the palate, with an excellent lingering biscuity finish.
Blue Riband Munchy Bites come in 125g cartons containing individual light crisp biscuity pieces.
4% abv, 50cl, Lidl) brewed with Shepherd Neame's signature Kentish hops for a well-hopped fruity finish with a beguiling biscuity note.
Made with chardonnay and a splash of pinot noir, it offers lemon and lime scents and an attractive biscuity note.
99, which has apple and biscuity flavours, and is pleasingly lively and lemony.
Pinot noir dominant, and the equivalent of two bottles, it is elegant and nicely biscuity with a full, rich finish, perfect to flow from the champagne breakfast right through to the Queen's speech.
On the tongue, the biscuity malts are perfectly balanced with the bitterness of the hops, freshness of the lemon and a lingering floral elderflower aftertaste.
Doesn't have that grainy, biscuity characteristic that a lot of American bocks have," said Phil Simpson.
Copper-coloured Light Headed (4%), featuring Nash Point lighthouse on the label, gives gentle waves of biscuity malt and wheat combined with refreshing fruity flavours.