The weather may still be cool, but the team at Charlie’s Cookies are already preparing for a warm spring and summer full of seriously delicious gourmet treats!
Charlie’s is a true Australian success story, run by Melbourne husband-and-wife team Ken Mahlab and Jacky Magid. Since 2004, former property developer Ken has transformed a much-loved local cookie shop into a boutique food service brand. Lawyer Jacky left behind the corporate rat race in 2007 to concentrate on tempting potential customers.
Charlie’s Cookies are already tantalising tastebuds in hotels, business centres, catered events and cafés. Now they’re also in selected retail outlets for consumers to take home and enjoy with a cool drink or while hitting the beach.
“We love dreaming up new ideas to help squeeze more indulgent moments out of every day,” says Jacky Magid. “Life’s short, so we never waste an opportunity to make every instant truly delectable.”
Nifty cups of mini cookies: Light and crunchy, a little luxury on the go! They stay fresh in the convenient resealable cup for five days… if you can resist them that long! Available in three enticing varieties in the bread aisle or bakery section in Woolworths supermarkets. RRP $3.49
Take home Charlie’s Gourmet boxes: These tempting treats come in three 125g varieties to tantalise the taste buds. Brown sugar shortbread bursts with pecan, mini lemon melting moments and hand made double chocolate chip bites. Ideal Christmas gifts and hamper additions! Available at Thomas Dux Grocers and specialty retail outlets. RRP $5.99
Café range available at Hudsons Coffee stores nationally: Delight in Charlie’s scrumptious individually wrapped Grab and Go Cookies for a sweet fix on the go! Available in over 65 Hudson’s outlets and selected premium cafes. RRP $3.20
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