New mini Melting Moment biscuits launched in Australia
Melbourne-based gourmet biscuit manufacturer Charlie’s Cookies has launched a new range of Mini Melting Moments biscuits.
Charlie’s Cookies said the biscuits, which took 10 months to develop, have already found their way into Melbourne’s Crown Casino’s Mahogony Room, as well as events at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre and corporate offices and professional service firms.
The biscuits come in seven “retro and contemporary” flavours: ‘Traditional Lemon’, ‘Raspberry White Choc’, ‘Passionfruit Raspberry’, ‘Choc Salted Caramel’, ‘Orange Espresso’, ‘Choc Noir Mine’, and ‘Blackcurrant Cassis’.
“I wanted to develop a product that Australians could take out of their pantry at any time and turn a quick pop-in or catch up into a memorable moment,” said Jacky Magid, Co-Owner of Charlie’s Cookies. “I wanted the product to have all the warmth and Australian charm of Flo Bjelke Petersen’s Pumpkin Scones, but reflect the design savvy modern woman,” she said.
Made locally in Melbourne, Charlie’s Cookies said the ‘from scratch’ recipes are made with “real ingredients”.
Charlie’s Mini Melting Moments (RRP $12) are available online at www.charliescookies.com.au or at Harris Farms, Thomas Dux and selected speciality stores.
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