For London’s chocoholics: Ben’s Cookies

When I visited London for the first time I knew I had to come back! Not because of all the overwhelming buildings, the charming lanes around Carnaby Street or the beautiful parks in the city centre. It was one little shop that made me yearning for more: Ben’s Cookies.

Ben’s Cookies is London’s chocolate heaven! Very big and crispy on the outside, but soft in the middle these baked goods are everything a real chocolate addict wishes for. The gigantic chunk of melted chocolate in the heart of each biscuit makes the first bite to an intensive taste experience you’ll never forget for sure.

The stores offer the best selection of flavours: “Chocolate and Orange”, “White and Cranberry”, “Peanut Butter” or “Praline” are only a few of them. Not sweet enough? Then you should try “Triple Chocolate Chunk” for the biggest chocolate infusion.

Unsalted butter, milk, chocolate, sugar and free range eggs are only a few of the indegrients which make Ben’s Cookies to the best melt-in-your-mouth treats in the city.

The cookies are sold by weight and for around only 1 Pound per biscuit they’re well worth it. You can buy them individually or packed in boxes and tins. The package-design itself was created by the famous artist Quentin Blake, which makes the biscuit tins to a beautiful present for your family and friends.

Longing for sweets now? Then treat yourself and visit one of the stores at your next shopping tour through London or just order a fresh box of Ben’s Cookies online to your hotel room to get a bite of heaven.

Ben’s Cookies at London’s Carnaby Street

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