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Description Tony Richardson continued in the vein of kitchen-sink realism with this adaptation of Shelagh Delaney's novel of working-class life. Set in England in the early 1960s, A TASTE OF HONEY stars Rita Tush... more


Description Classic 1960s realist drama based on the play by Shelagh Delaney. Abandoned by her sailor boyfriend and her man-hungry mother (Dora Bryan), pregnant Manchester teenager Jo (Rita Tushingham) thinks she... more

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“A Taste of Honey”

published 13/09/2009

AdvantagesThe taste and cost

DisadvantagesCures bacterial illnesses and placates spinster aunts

...see, is made by bees who feed from the Manuka plant. This is better known as the tea tree and has the same strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that the oil has. And that brings us to the first downside. The honey is very dark in colour and smells and tastes of tea tree oil. Really, really strongly. I don?t like honey at the best of times, but this stuff is very medicinal in taste...

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AdvantagesMulti Grain goodness

DisadvantagesVery sweet, high carbohydrate content

...Review of Honey Waffles breakfast cereal. Honey Waffles are a breakfast cereal from the makers of Sugar Puffs. I do not usually choose highly sweetened breakfast cereals, but being a sucker for a bargain, these were on a special offer in my local supermarket and found their way into my trolley! **The Product, Packaging, Taste and Texture** As the name implies, this is a honey sweetened...

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“A Taste Of Honey”

published 26/01/2003

AdvantagesA great and unusual tasting beer. Good for casual sipping and a good alternative to lagers

DisadvantagesDeceptively mild

....40 CONCLUSION Flush as I am with the success of my comparative taste tests I have to tell you now, gentle reader, that this review is one of a pair. The other (Young?s ?Waggledance?) will be posted shortly. I tasted them head-to-head. Although both ales are brewed with honey they could not have been more different. Fuller?s Original Honeydew is an ale but it shares many of the attributes...

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