Hong Kong’s hottest cookie creations are coming to K11 Musea this Autumn. 2020 has well and truly been the year of the cookie and it’s not over yet. Crispy, soft, and gooey, the sweet treats from Cookie Vission will be available at K11 Musea for two months only, starting from 1 October. Located in the ground-floor kiosk of Muse Edition and served from a retro-style food truck, the pop-up will be in place until 30 November, introducing two new and exclusive cookie flavours to keep Hongkongers on their toes!
Previously only available online and in Meraki Hospitality restaurants, the pop-up comes in-demand as a teaser to a flagship store opening on Hong Kong Island later this year. Cookie Vission takes the dessert game by storm bringing five signature lava-centred flavours to its first pop-up location: the rich, nutty, and chocolaty hazelnut nutella ($40); triple chocolate ($40) with dark, milk, and white chocolate chunks; the popular Portuguese egg tart ($50); funfetti cheesecake ($40), topped with colourful fruity pebbles; and matcha macadamia white chocolate chip ($50) with its signature molten matcha ganache filling.
A nod to Canto-cookie delights, the brand new Hong Kong milk tea crème brûlée ($50) creation will be exclusively available throughout the first month. A silky and creamy milk tea filling is enclosed in a chunky, yet chewy, cookie casing with the final blow-torched touch finished on-site, to replicate the famous French brûlée dessert. Next, an innovative Hong Kong egg waffle ($50) cookie is available throughout November. Reimagining the iconic street snack, this one-time-only flavour combines the much-loved local dessert with New York-style cookie dough, baked to crispy and gooey perfection.
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