CVS Gold Emblem Absolutely Divine Chocolate Chip Cookies
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CVS Gold Emblem Absolutely Divine Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Taste test: These chocolate chip cookies were a bit thicker than most comparable cookies, and they had quite a good density of chocolate chips, with a brittle crunch and lots of chocolate taste.

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As store-brand chocolate chip cookies go, they were well above average, with tastier dough and an intense hit of milk chocolate. However, calling them "Absolutely Divine" was overstating the case, as the texture was about the same as most other crunchy packaged cookies. That's not so good when compared against the whole universe of chocolate chip cookies; they were a far cry from homemade cookies, cook-it-yourself pre-made cookie dough, and even semi-fresh store-bakery cookies. But for packaged ones, pretty good.

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Smell test: Very good chocolate chip cookies smell.

From the package: “Gold Emblem Chocolate Chip Cookies are made with a traditional all-butter recipe and mountains of real chocolate chips. In fact, each cookie contains 40% real chocolate chips by weight. Our commitment to quality means we shop carefully for ingredients, adjust recipes, and taste-test everything because in our house as in yours, what matters most is taste.”

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Company: CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

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