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Old 9 May 22, 01:12 PM  
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We passed by yesterday and enquired about how the virtual queue worked. As it happened they had a last minute cancellation and let us in straight away. The cookies were nice enough but as a previous poster said, not sure why they need to be salted? As with a lot of things at Disney I think itís over-hyped. Iím glad we tried it but wouldnít have stood in a massive queue for them.
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Old 9 May 22, 01:26 PM  
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There were a few sprinkles of sea salt but nothing overwhelming to me. Of course it's fairly expensive for a cookie but they go far, we split one 3 ways and was plenty! I wouldn't buy one everyday but worth a splurge on holiday. As we went in the morning queueing was minimal. Nicer than any treat I bought in the actual parks anyway!
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We love their cookies - we have just come back from our trip and we did drive out to their other location which was a fun drive and there was a nice noodle restaurant for lunch - we ordered online the day before and were able to just walk up and collect the order with no wait.
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I thought it was underwhelming. I have a major sweet tooth but I thought it was too sweet with too much going on. Just a big mouthful of sweet stuff with a sharp saltiness every few chews. Fine, tasty but not worth the money or a long wait. Levain Bakery in NYC is still the best cookie I have ever tasted. They are also huge and pricey but every bite is pure delicious cookie rather than pile of sweet stuff.
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To be honest I knew that I wouldnít particularly like them before I tried them but everyone raves about them so thought I would try. To me the is just far too much chocolate chips and not enough cookie. I had one bite and that was enough for me. I really donít understand the need for the salt either
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Queuing for a cookie. Think Iíll
Pass on that one. Is this the latest hype or are they genuinely the best cookies money can buy?
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What about the cakes?
They look more appetising to be honest, so I'd probably be more likely to queue for those lol. Has anybody had any of those?
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Queuing for a cookie. Think Iíll
Pass on that one. Is this the latest hype or are they genuinely the best cookies money can buy?
In my opinion itís hype but thatís only my opinion.

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What about the cakes?
They look more appetising to be honest, so I'd probably be more likely to queue for those lol. Has anybody had any of those?
My parents did and the word my Mum used was ďvileĒ. She said the cake was ok but there was far too much icing. I didnít taste it myself.
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In my opinion itís hype but thatís only my opinion.


My parents did and the word my Mum used was ďvileĒ. She said the cake was ok but there was far too much icing. I didnít taste it myself.
Ahh see I like a cake with a lot of icing, so they may be the right choice for me!

I imagine my mum will have the same reaction as yours though! 😂
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Ahh see I like a cake with a lot of icing, so they may be the right choice for me!

I imagine my mum will have the same reaction as yours though! 😂
Itís always difficult giving an opinion on food. Weíre all different and things I like other people would probably turn their noses up at.
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