Crumbl cookie delivery service coming soon to Fairfield Town Center in Cypress

Crumbl cookie delivery service will open soon in the Fairfield neighborhood.

Crumbl cookie delivery service will open soon in the Fairfield neighborhood.

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Cookie delivery service Crumbl officials confirmed a new store is set to open during the upcoming holiday season at Fairfield Town Center, 28610 Hwy. 290, Ste. F-15, Cypress.

The company is known for its weekly rotating menu featuring warm chocolate chip, chilled sugar and four specialty cookies each week. Some of the specialty flavors include Muddy Buddy, Biscoff Lava, Funfetti, Snickerdoodle, Coconut Lime, Chocolate Caramel, Cranberry Vanilla, Nutella Sea Salt, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, Rocky Road, S’Mores and Orange Creamsicle.

Cookies are mixed and baked fresh in an open kitchen so customers can watch the entire process. Crumbl is open from 10 a.m.-midnight, and cookies can be delivered from noon-midnight Monday through Saturday, officials said.

“Nothing beats biting into a warm, delicious cookie that has been delivered straight to your door,” Cypress Crumbl owner Joe Durfey said. “We’re really excited to bring this experience to Cypress.”

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