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Royal Dansk Danish Butter Cookies have been around for more than 75 years.
While these may not be a traditional tea cookie, they are an iconic cookie which many people love and cherish. They are also relatively affordable for what they are.
They are still baked in Denmark, and they use non-GMO ingredients.
These cookies come in 5 shapes.
The texture is obviously a little different on each type of cookie, but I believe they are made with the same flour and ingredients, although some of them have sugar sprinkled on top.
They appear to be baked in a simple manner, and not turned, as the bottom-side of the cookies are browned, while the top sections are not.
I am drinking this with a roasted bamboo puer tea and it compliments the cookie nicely, although a black tea would probably be considered more traditional to enjoy with this sort of cookie.
They are dense and require a decent bit of chewing, but they break up easily.
Flavor notes: Baked grain, butter, caramelized sugar, vanilla, and coconut.
Despite them tasting the same, I suppose if I had to pick a favorite out of the 5 cookie designs, I would pick the pretzel shape. This one has a slightly crisper texture and also has sugar sprinkled on top.