Friday, December 11, 2015

Christmas Cookies by Chocolate Concierge

If you've been really nice this year, check your stockings on Christmas morning for these seasonal cookies by Bangsar's Chocolate Concierge. Thankfully, Santa reached us extra early, delivering a whole box of freshly baked festive favourites - Leckerli, a 700-year-old Swiss biscuit recipe with honey, lemon zest & citrus peel; Mailanderli, a German-Swiss cookie that yields a buttery-crusty shortbread experience; Brunsli, which evokes the gingerbread spice mix of ginger, cinnamon & fennel; fruit jelly bonbons in elder blossom, lemon, orange & strawberry flavours; plus walnut-laced brownie cookies, vanilla horns, cinnamon stars & other traditional treats. If you're too naughty to wait till Dec. 25, email ning@chocconcierge.com to find out how to bypass Ol' St. Nick & get your hands on a customised Yuletide gift basket or hamper that might also comprise stollen, mince pies & puddings. Or stop by Chocolate Concierge at Jasons Food Hall in Bangsar Shopping Centre for a first-hand look at this reindeer-approved selection. Many thanks to the Chocolate Concierge elves for these thoughtful treats.

Chocolate Concierge
Jasons Food Hall, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 012-528-2562

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11 comments:

  1. They sure look great. So convenient, just buy...no need to make one's own. The ones at the bakeries here are generally not worth the calories.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, this is a notch above the regular commercial cookie ;)

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  2. They do look very good. I am more into homemade chocolate chip cookies, and I like fruitcake! :)

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    1. Linda: i like cookies and cakes that evoke a home-made feel too! :)

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  3. Ning sure is one talented guy. His artisan chocolates are sensational. Sean, you must try the raspberry and wasabi.

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    1. The Yum List: i've gobbled through his chocolates at bsc a couple of times, but i haven't tried raspberry-wasabi yet :D

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  4. I want some for the xmas too! :P

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    1. CK: haha, wish i could send you some! :D

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    2. CK, Do drop by for a tasting when I'm at the counter next. :D

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    3. Ning: yay, will let CK know, heh ;)

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    4. :D chocolate degustation, 5 origin + 7 bon bon tasting! Sundays.

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