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Chocolate Olivers - Dark Choc Biscuits in Gift Tin by Huntley & Palmers

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My father in law loves chocolate bath oliver biscuits and I would like to get him some for christmas. The patented recipe which dates back to the 1930's produces an extremely indulgent and rich dark chocolate biscuit. Millions of people would have to double their incomes to escape financial hardship, says anti-poverty charity Joseph Rowntree Foundation in a new report published today.

We don't as a general policy investigate the solvency of companies mentioned (how likely they are to go bust), but there is a risk any company can struggle and it's rarely made public until it's too late (see the Section 75 guide for protection tips). These biscuits are infamous – in fact it is said that John Lennon of The Beatles once refused to be paid in cash, preferring Chocolate Olivers instead! The plain biscuits are great with Davidstow cheddar or just eaten alone with a cup of sweet tea mid morning.According to the tin Chocolate Olivers are a trade mark of Allied Domecq, and made under licence by Huntley and Palmers. He tried reading each of the words “Huntley and Palmer’s” on the label and had tears of joy in his eyes. A gold medal similar to the one shown here, also with the date 1753, features on the cylindrical 'Chocolate Oliver' tin of 1981.

Kit Kat’s are great for a break but this biscuit rounds off an evening with indulgent sophistication…. Rebecca Russell is MyLondon's Royal Correspondent who covers everything to do with The Royal Family and their history. The royal archivist pried out all of the major stones from the regalia and placed them inside a Bath Oliver tin so that most important part of the Crown jewels could be quickly removed and hidden, should the Germans invade.

He kept saying time and again that back in the early 70’s he was gifted a box of Huntley and Palmer’s Biscuits and were the most amazing biscuits he’d ever tasted. I have discovered a lot of interesting biscuits but had failed to find a recipe for a simple savoury biscuit on a par with the Bath Oliver. In October 2020 United Biscuits temporarily suspended production of Bath Olivers owing to COVID-19 disruption, without a prior announcement made. The Reading Evening Post is reporting the continuing story of the resurrection of the Chocolate Bath Oliver, famously rated by John Lennon amongst others as his favourite biscuit. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.

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