The last week of working from home has reminded me of how snackish I can be. With everything that life is hurling at us, we deserve a nice sweet reward. And the new Famous Amos White Chocolate Earl Grey cookies are just the perfect treats.
If you’re a lover of white chocolate, then these limited-edition artisanal White Chocolate Earl Grey Cookies (S$18.90/250g) are the cookies you need to motivate yourself through the stayhome period.
I mean, just look at that luscious white layer.
Trust Singaporeans’ favourite cookie brand to come up with a decadent combo of sweet white chocolate and fragrant earl grey, Famous Amos knows how to make us drool.
Every piece of cookie is generously coated in a nice thick coat of white chocolate for a strong dose of white chocolate richness.
And there’s also a gentle perfume of earl grey to balance the sweetness by cutting through it with some of its light, floral notes. They are layered over Famous Amos’s signature Chocolate Chip Cookies for a nice crunchy base.
The sweet treats are meant to be paired with tea as a nice afternoon tea-time snack, especially with the nice pairing of earl grey.
So you can get a tub of these white chocolate and early grey babies from Famous Amos, then just kick back and relax during your afternoon breaks.
After all, all work and no play makes us dull. You should have some relaxation away from your computer and have some work-life separation — treat yoself with these!
They are available for order from Famous Amos website and at all Famous Amos outlets, as well as on GrabFood and FoodPanda.
An important reminder that these are limited-edition cookies, so it’s a case of fastest fingers first. And from what we’ve seen on Famous Amos’s social media, there are a lot of fingers trying to grab onto these White Chocolate Earl Grey Cookies.
Check out the list of Dim Sum home delivery and takeaways for other nice afternoon tea snacks you can indulge in at home.
Famous Amos White Chocolate Earl Grey Cookies
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📍 Available on their website, all physical outlets, and delivery platforms
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