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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 not as strongly biscuity as the Nyetimber but is beautifully balanced and elegant.
Try Sainsbury's award-winning Winemakers' Selection Blanc de Noirs Brut NV (PS20, Sainsbury's) an elegant blend of pinot noir and pinot meunier and is characterised by its fine bubble mousse and subtle biscuity flavour.
Its biscuity, dried-fruit character and lime and strawberry fruitiness make it a seasonal showstopper.
In fact, if I were to take up a pencil and draw my bowl of Weetabix I would probably end up omitting the biscuity bit altogether.
Widely available, this is the best price, biscuity.
"Along with the apple fruit flavor, there's some other distinctive flavor to this - biscuity, almost," he said, describing the extra flavor as something like toasted bread.
It's very clean, lemony and crisp, with good acidity and structure, with a lingering biscuity finish.
Dry, slightly bitter initial flavour with a hint of biscuity maltness in the background.
Rich and biscuity in taste, it was a pleasure to drink, but not my favourite.
With an attractive, lemony richness, creamy biscuity notes and a hint of green apple and herbs, it's poised and refreshing.
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.
POSH | PICNIC A SERIOUSLY good sparkler from Down Under, Jansz Brut NV, Tasmania, Australia (PS16, Oddbins) is a rich, biscuity, food-friendly style that has similar flavours to an aged champagne.