Similar to graham crackers, these semi-sweet biscuits have a buttery, crumbly texture that is perfect with tea. The recipe is similar to a shortbread. Just make sure that the butter is very cold when you start out.
If you prefer a sweeter biscuit, you can add nuts or dried fruit, ginger, cinnamon, or you can even dip them in chocolate. To dip, melt the chocolate in a glass bowl over a pot of simmering water. Once the biscuits are completely cooled, you can dip them carefully on one side in the chocolate, then leave them to cool again thoroughly until the chocolate has hardened.