You can now order cookie tins from your DOOR: tasty glass cookie baskets are the latest fast food trend – and they are an instant hit across Australia
- The Mason Baker now supplies jars of gourmet biscuits across Australia
- Each Hampton cookie jar is filled with 12 tasty cookies for $ 59.99
- Customers can choose from chocolate chips or cinnamon white chocolate
- The jars do not need to be refrigerated and the cookies last up to 30 days
- Earlier this year, the brand launched a cupcake ATM in Brisbane
You can now order huge pots of delicious handmade gourmet cookies delivered straight to your door.
The Mason Baker in Brisbane was launched in 2016 and has grown to a huge customer base of over 10,000 people across Australia.
Each Hampton cookie jar is filled with 12 tasty chocolate chip cookies or white chocolate chip cookies with cinnamon for $ 59.99.
Australian brand The Mason Baker now sells jars of gourmet biscuits (pictured) that are delivered nationwide
For an additional $ 5, customers can send a friend or loved one a jar of cookies with a handwritten card for special occasions.
The jars do not need to be refrigerated and the cookies will last for up to 30 days from the shipping date.
The cookies are dairy free, gluten free and made with organic ingredients – including vegan butter and natural flavors.
Previously, the brand also sold cupcake jars, which was a huge hit with customers who wanted more when the product was sold out.
Each Hampton cookie jar is filled with 12 tasty chocolate chip cookies or white chocolate chip cookies with cinnamon for $ 59.99 with free shipping
Earlier this year, the brand launched a unique ‘cupcake ATM’, which allows customers to get their sweet treat from a pop-up machine.
The ATM is located in the Fortitude Valley and has a flashy display showing the variety of cupcakes served inside.
According to the bakery, it is filled every Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m., but it will remain there until the end of February.
Founder James Willis was featured on an episode of Channel 10’s hit show ‘Shark Tank’ in 2018 and landed a $ 100,000 investment deal.
The now 28-year-old former Coles employee shocked the show’s judges when he presented his idea for the company.