In which Lady Bracknell can resist everything except temptation
Imagine, then, her pleasure on learning that the Editor had discovered that Tiger Tiger products may be purchased online. (Truly, the interwebnet is a boon to the house-bound aristocrat.) An order having been placed with all possible speed, a large box containing a plentiful variety of Cup Noodles and two tubes of wasabi-coated dry-roasted peanuts was this morning delivered to Bracknell Towers. (The second tube of peanuts was a generous free gift from the good people of the Tiger Tiger shop, in recognition of the fact that the expiry date on the tubes is but two weeks hence.) Having sampled a peanut - purely for the purposes of reporting back to her readers, of course - Lady Bracknell suspects there is little risk that that expiry date will be exceeded. Afficianados of wasabi are in for a treat.
This activity has reminded Lady Bracknell that she was at one time in the habit of purchasing mixed cartons from Jonathan Crisp for herself and Dude the chauffeur. As Mr Crisp himself says:
"We want our crisps to be fearfully hard to resist. Our crisps take a bit more time and cost more money to make than most of the other crisp chappies. We think it's worth it and we hope you do too. Damned cheek if you don't!"