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28. Pink Wafers

They're grand if you like sawdust that tastes like Calpol.

Awful things.

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27. Iced Rings

Might as well eat six sugar cubes.

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26. Bourbon Creams

Funeral biscuits.

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25. Ginger Nuts

Tasty enough, but they're like biting into a brick.

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24. Rich Tea

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They're biscuits for people who are denying the fact that they want a real biscuit.

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23. Lemon Puffs

If the mark of a good biscuit is its dunkability (not a word? we don't care) in tea, then the Lemon Puff fails every time.

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22. Coconut Creams

Pointless.

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21. Fox's Jam 'n Cream

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20. Hob Nobs

The worst thing they ever did to the Hob Nob was to create the Chocolate Hob Nob.

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19. Digestives

Great for tea, don't get us wrong, but nothing special of itself.

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18. Jammie Dodgers

They look better than they taste, in truth.

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17. Kimberleys

A deserved place in the top 20. An Irish staple.

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16. Fig Rolls

You need to eat them fresh - when they go a bit stale they're disgusting.

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15. Jersey Creams

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"Ah here, Granny, seriously? Where's the good stuff?"

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14. Maryland chocolate chip cookies

Inexpensive and they get the job done.

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13. Custard Creams

The 1980s are alive and well and living in your mother's biscuit tin.

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12. Caramel Digestives

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11. Chocolate Polos

All biscuits are better with chocolate, and the same goes for the Polo. The best use of coconut since the Mikado.

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10. Fox's Crunch Creams

These are what come out of the press when the mother has visitors over, and she tells the da to take out "the good biscuits."

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9. Toffypops

Solid, dependable, will never really trouble the top five. They're the Everton of the biscuit world, pun intended.

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8. Cadbury's Chocolate Rich Tea

Well la-di-da, your majesty.

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7. Chocolate Kimberleys

Every Christmas, obliterated. We remember a life before the Chocolate Kimberley; it was dark and full of terrors.

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6. Chocolate Digestives

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They don't need the caramel, when you think about it. Less is more. Perfect with tea, coffee, on their own, served on a sea of perfume floating in a man's hat, whatever...

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5. Chocolate Fingers

We have never once felt guilty about destroying an entire packet in the space of 13 minutes.

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4. Chocolate Hobnobs

King of the Hobnobs.

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3. Jaffa Cakes

They're biscuits, right? End of discussion. And they're feckin' fantastic.

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2. Mint Viscounts

This, THIS close to the number one spot, but it got knocked off because a couple of people in the office don't like them. A plague on both their houses.

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1. Fox's Chunkie Cookies - the best biscuits in Ireland

Perhaps not the traditional choice, but they're better than any other biscuit on the market today. Loads of bite, plenty of chocolate chips, perfect with a beverage. A deserved winner.

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**KLAXON: We forgot the Mikado. Definitely top ten, we love a Mikado, the journalist has been sent home and told to go straight to his room (with a packet of shitty pink wafers)**

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