Cookie Vission launches its first pop-up at K11 Musea
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New exclusive flavours: milk tea crème brûlée and Hong Kong egg waffle will also be released
Hong Kong has seen a fair few cookie campaigns popping up this year, including Cookie DPT's stint at The Upper House and the Baked Indulgence pop-up at IFC to name a few, but the cookie mania doesn't stop there. Now, online cookie shop Cookie Vission is set to bring their sweet, round disks of baked dough to K11 Musea for two months, from October 1 to November 30.
The pop-up will be located on the ground floor of the mall's Muse Edition section, where a retro-style food truck will sell their signature style of cookies that hold a molten lava centre. Five classic cookies ($40-50) will be available at the pop-up and will offer their popular hazelnut Nutella; triple chocolate; Portuguese egg tart; funfetti cheesecake; and matcha macadamia white flavours.
Photograph: Hong Kong milk tea creme brulee cookie | Courtesy Cookie Vission/Nicholas Wong
During the month, two new and exclusive cookies that have been inspired by Hong Kong flavours, will also be offered. The first, available throughout October, will be the Hong Kong milk tea crème brûlée ($50) cookie which features creamy milk tea filling in a chunky cookie casing that is blow-torched on site. The second, available during November, will be the Hong Kong egg waffle cookie, which takes on the classic Hong Kong dessert flavour and puts in a crispy, but gooey, New York style cookie.
Make sure to get there bright and early, as the first 25 cookie-loving customers will get the exclusive flavour for free on the first day of each month.
To go with the sweet treats, homebrewed cold drip coffee ($40) by the team behind Mamma Always Said, will also be served on ice or with tonic.
The team behind Cookie Vission have also hinted at a new flagship cookie store opening in Hong Kong this year, so watch this space!