A digestive biscuit (originally known as a Wheaten), sometimes referred to as a sweet-meal biscuit, is a semi-sweet biscuit originated in the United Kingdom and popular worldwide.
It rains [in England] on fewer days in every month throughout the year than the rest of the UK, and rainfall totals are less in every month, with the driest month, May.
McVitie’s is a British snack food brand owned by United Biscuits. The name derives from the original Scottish biscuit maker, McVitie & Price, Ltd., established in 1830 on Rose Street in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Fred & Farid Group is a French advertising agency operating in Paris and Shanghai, founded by Frédéric Raillard and Farid Mokart.
Blackcurrant Tango is a carbonated soft drink launched in the UK by Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd in 1996. Blackcurrant Tango was relaunched in 2011 as an exclusive flavour to Asda in the UK.
St George is a multi award winning commercial for the British soft drink, Tango Blackcurrant. The advert only appeared on national television ten times, mostly during the show TFI Friday. It won several major advertising awards in 1998, notably a Cannes Gold Lion and a Silver Pencil from D&AD in London. It has been voted one of the 100 best commercials of all time and was popular for its latent jingoism and the fact that it appears to have been filmed in one continuous shot.
Blackcurrant is a species of Ribes berry native to central and northern Europe and northern Asia, and is a perennial. Blackcurrant berries have a distinctive sweet and sharp taste popular in jam, juice, ice cream, and liqueur.
“Don’t You Want Me” is a dance / electronic song recorded by British DJ and producer Francis Wright, known under the pseudonym of Felix. It was released as his debut single from his album #1 in late 1992. It was also famously featured in St George, a 1997 Tango Blackcurrant advertisement for television.
The Harrier, informally referred to as the Jump Jet, is a family of British-designed military jet aircraft capable of V/STOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) via thrust vectoring.