The tea-time biscuit habits of Britons have been laid bare in a new report.
The Waitrose Food and Drink Report 2015 showed that the slowest ‘dunkers’ of biscuits in tea are in the North East - 65 per cent wait for the biscuit to go soft before taking a bite, whereas the South West are split 50/50 on dunking slow or fast.
The survey also reveals soya milk has fallen out of favour with health-conscious consumers, with droves of people turning to almond milk instead.
Perhaps more surprisingly, it also suggests that where you come from might influence your choice of biscuit.
Take a look at the biscuit map of Britain:
Central England: A Malted Milk goes down nicely.
Oxford vs Cambridge: Scholars in Oxford prefer their digestives topped with dark chocolate while those in Cambridge prefer theirs with milk chocolate.
Scotland: Scots, unsurprisingly, are rather partial to shortbread and Tunnock's Tea Cakes.
North East: Ginger nuts come top of the list here.
Lancashire and English borders: Chocolate digestives are the favourite in this area.
Yorkshire: Custard or Bourbon Creams rule supreme.
East of England: Healthier biscuits edge ahead in East Anglia.
East London: On-the-go Londoners eat breakfast biscuits more than most.
Wales and South West: A classic Rich Tea is the favourite for the Welsh and for those in the South West.