- Promotion Expires December 29, 2012
• $32 for a gift box of 3 dozen gourmet cookies in six unique flavors ($64 value) • Perfect for gifting, with its artfully wrapped signature red box, ribbons and personalized card • Six flavors include: The Brownie Cookie, Ginger Macadamia Nut, Oatmeal with Chocolate Chips, Dark Chocolate with Fleur de Sel, Shortbread with Coconut, Macadamia and Lime Zest and Pistachio Lime • Shipping cost not included Thanks to Cookie Daddy with this offer of "The Tasting", DealChicken doesn't have to decide which flavor to choose. Save half off on "The Tasting" — a box filled with half a dozen of six different mouth-watering gourmet cookies. Each flavor is freshly baked, made from artisan-grade ingredients, and handcrafted, before being elegantly wrapped in a beautiful gift box. This unique treat makes an ideal gift from him, for her, or for you! Clear redemption instructions will be provided on the DealChicken voucher that will be emailed to your registered account within minutes of your purchase.
With his passion for combining interesting ingredients, Tom Boerger, Cookie Daddy, has created cookies with layers of flavors that delight the senses and surprises the palate. With each order freshly baked using ingredients from the finest purveyors around the world, and every cookie baked to a time-tested recipe, you can be sure that you're in for a delicious treat.
'The Tasting' gift box from Cookie Daddy
- May purchase two deals for self and as gifts. No cash back. No credit back. No cash refunds or exchanges. Shipping costs not included. Cookies will be shipped within two weeks after order is received. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws.
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Countries around the world have different names for cookies. They're known as biscuits in England, qalletas in Spain, and keks in Germany. The term cookie means "little cake" and is derived from the Dutch word koekje.