Point-Counterpoint: To Crumbl or not to Crumbl?

Point: Crumbl Cookie satisfies

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The Crumbl Cookie line up for Dec. 6-11. Photo by Josie Sager.

Josie Sager, Features Assistant

The Crumbl Cookie franchise is a popular company that has been receiving a lot of attention in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley in recent weeks. Crumbl recently opened its doors in Clarkston. As the first of its kind for the valley, the shop offers four to five specialty flavors each week.
The company always has the traditional chocolate chip cookie available in addition to the rotating specialty flavors. Cookies are made to order while you wait in the shop. They are served chilled as well as warm, depending on the type of cookie purchased.
Most recently, I purchased a 4-pack of cookies and received Gingerbread Cake, Sugar Cookie featuring Reindeer Games, Chocolate featuring York Peppermint Patty and Eggnog.
Generally, these cookies are fresh and moist. They are also a generous size — enough to share with friends. The cookies are not too rich and not too sweet. They taste very much like a cookie baked at home, but even better.
Buying these cookies is a splurge, priced at $16 for four. This is the perfect time of year to stop by and grab one cookie, a box of four, or a box of 12 to share with coworkers or family, or to keep for yourself. Treat yourself with Crumbl — you won’t be disappointed.

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