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Baked Indulgence pop up at Harbour City with Hong Kong celebrity Grace Chan

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Grace Chan x Baked Indulgence
Photograph: Courtesy Baked Indulgence

Time Out says

The pop-up will showcase new cookies and treats with an appearance from Grace on June 5

The city's rampant love affair with cookies is still going strong and with it, a number of pop-ups, shop openings and brands have come to the forefront, one of which is Baked Indulgence. Appearing last year at a pop-up store in IFC, the popular cookie brand is popping up again, this time in Tsim Sha Tsui's luxury shopping mall: Harbour City, with a wider range of cookie flavours, sweet treats, and a selection of drinks.

To celebrate the opening, Baked Indulgence has also announced its second collaboration with Hong Kong actress and TV show host Grace Chan, in which a variety of new cookie flavours have been created. Grace will be making an appearance as a Baked Indulgence store manager on Saturday, June 5 at 1pm to meet and greet fans and sweet treat lovers.

Grace Chan with the PinkBlack cookie

The new offering includes a Neapolitan – chocolate, strawberry and vanilla – cookie which was Grace's favourite ice cream as a child; a PinkBlack cookie which takes inspiration from the Meiji Apollo strawberry chocolate; and a limited-edition Cheese Tea cookie which stems from the Hong Kong craze of cheese-milk foam tea drinks and will only be available for one week of the launch (from mid to end of June). Other highlights include a bright and citrusy lemon bar, and a rich and luscious Neapolitan cake – Baked Indulgence’s first whole cake.

Baked Indulgence will also serve a selection of drinks at their pop-up store including lattes, mochas, cold brews, and more to pair with their sweet cookies and desserts.

(Left) Lemon bar (right) whole Neapolitan cake

For more details on Baked Indulgence and the pop-up, check out their official website here.

Baked Indulgence Pop-up Store
Kiosk K, Level 3, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City
11.30am to 8pm

Fontaine Cheng
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Fontaine Cheng


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