Another dated post which we should have posted months ago. I’ve fallen in love with Millie’s Cookies from the first time I tried it back in Birmingham few years ago, recommended by my housemate. Once I came back to the UK and spotted Millie’s Cookies in Queen’s Arcade, I knew I have to get it right away.
Apart from cookies, Millie’s cookies offers other products such as muffins, celebration cookies, ice-cream and beverages.
They have a variety of cookies, to name a few, double chocolate, milk chocolate, oatmeal and raisin, raspberry and white, orange chocolate and white chocolate.
A close up photo on the display of the cookies.
We bought a cookies combo for £2.69. This combo includes a choice two cookies and a drink. For our beverage, we had hot chocolate, it was quite good, nothing to shout about. As for our cookies, we’ve chosen a double chocolate and an oatmeal and raisin cookie. The double chocolate was as delicious as always, soft and chocolaty, chocolate lovers would definitely love this. The oatmeal and raisin cookie was very good as well. Really, I couldn’t think of any cookies which I personally don’t like.
I got a surprise from ys for my birthday. Knowing that I love Millie’s cookie, he ordered a celebration cookie cake for me. I was more than happy, one of the best gift I’ve received all time. Priced at £11.99, this 12 inches of freshly baked cookie cake has to be pre-ordered. They offer celebration cookies at heart or circle shape. As for the cookie base, they offer 4 choices, namely milk, white, dark and double chocolate. The cookie base that ys chose was milk chocolate with vanilla borders and chocolate writings. The vanilla borders were a little too sweet, but nevertheless the cookie tasted fantastic.
We wish they would have it in Malaysia some time in the future. So we would have more choices to choose from. To find out more about Millie’s Cookies, click here for access to their official website.