The cookies are available in five flavours.
This Chinese New Year, Baker’s Brew Studio has released cookies packaged in adorable fortune cat-themed tins for you to share with your friends and family.
The five flavours are their best-selling signature Ondeh Ondeh, Pineapple Bak Kwa, Pineapple Pillows, Peanut Almond, and their newest addition, Hae Bee Hiam.
The cats on each tin are designed to match their respective flavours. The cat on the Pineapple Bak Kwa tin is wearing the head of a lion dance costume, and the cat wearing the tiger costume on the Hae Bee Hiam tin represents its intense flavour.
While each tin can be bought on its own for $27.80, a bundle of all five flavours can be purchased for $128.
The cookies are not halal-certified, but Baker’s Brew Studio has stated that they do not use any pork or lard in their products.
The cookies can be pre-ordered from their website here. For a minimum purchase of three tins, customers can also use the code CNY2022 for an Early Bird Discount until Jan 14.
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