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Keep calm and drink a lapsang souchong | Brief letters | Business

I have just returned from the supermarket, and have witnessed the empty shelves (Report, 9 March). I suggest that for the immediate future you publish the Guardian in long, narrow strips.
David Napier
Lewes, East Sussex

I confess to panic-buying lapsang souchong tea (loose leaf, of course).
Fr Chris Benson

My favourite definition is the one variously attributed to the Earl of Chesterfield and Oscar Wilde: “A gentleman is one who never gives offence unintentionally” (Letters, 14 March).
Brian Vickers

Surely a gentleman is a person who uses a butter knife even when dining alone.
Susan Clements
Newcastle upon Tyne

I have always used Ma Made plus the juice and zest of four lemons and less than 1/2lb of sugar (Letters, 13 March). Our local supermarket no longer sells it. I now use a fine-cut variety made in Leeds. Can’t tell the difference.
Glen Gibb
Dunbar, East Lothian

My tin of Ma Made was several years out of date when I turned it into marmalade. I entered a jar in a summer show, and got second prize. It was the only entry in the class.
Sue Gibson
Newark, Nottinghamshire

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