Telegram Cookies Offers Customizable French Shortbreads
& Announces New Holiday Gift Boxes, Shipped Nationwide
Order by TODAY Wed October 25th to receive them by October 30th guaranteed!
Gift better this holiday season and for any occasion with Telegram Cookies, inspired by the French Petit Beurre and Scottish Shortbreads, that deliver elegant and delicious cookies stamped with custom messages, all shipped in eco-friendly packaging
Telegram Cookies, which offers customizable French shortbreads, announced its new website and first-ever Holiday Cookie Boxes, available to order and ship beginning on Black Friday – November 24, just in time for the holiday gifting season.
Telegram Cookies have custom messages stamped on the cookies, allowing customers to convey their appreciation for their loved ones through these personalized gifts. Born in France and made in Boston, Telegram Cookies started in 2022 with humble beginnings in Founder Georges Duverger’s kitchen in Cambridge, Mass. During summer 2023, Telegram Cookies took an important step towards growth and joined the dynamic small business community at CommonWealth Kitchen, Greater Boston’s only nonprofit food business incubator.
A French citizen and U.S. permanent resident, Duverger’s inspiration for Telegram Cookies was his desire to create the ideal gift. He identified three essential criteria – it had to be thoughtful, universally appealing, and environmentally friendly. Duverger draws from his French culinary roots to bake the cookies that are a fusion of a French Petit Beurre and a Scottish shortbread. They are an ideal gift for the holidays – at home or for corporate gifting and events – and for any occasion like sending a congrats for a “Job Well Done” or to give a laugh to someone with a funny quip on the cookies like, “Call Me Back” or “Screw the Budget.”
“This launch solidifies our spot as the brand providing consumers and businesses alike with all-natural shortbreads with custom stamped messages that empower customers to convey their love and appreciation, or simply to send a laugh to someone or words of encouragement,” said Georges Duverger, founder and owner of Telegram Cookies.
With each beautifully and sustainably-packaged Telegram Cookies box, customers can expect the simply elegant cookies stamped with one of our festive, witty messages or order a totally custom message. The cookies are made with three all-natural ingredients: flour, salted butter, and sugar. They are three inches wide with a ruffle edge, individually wrapped and shipped in recycled, compostable, reusable packaging, printed with soy-based inks and 100% FSC certified.
“We are committed to minimizing our environmental impact and, for that reason, have chosen eco-friendly suppliers for our packaging needs. Additionally, we have partnered with Shopify Planet to achieve carbon neutrality for our deliveries,” add Duverger.
Telegram Cookies Holiday Gift Boxes are:
- $48 for 12 cookies with two holiday messages
- $64 for 18 cookies with three holiday messages (10% off)
- $81 for 24 cookies with four holiday messages (15% off)
About Telegram Cookies – Telegram Cookies is a Massachusetts LLC established in 2022 that is owned and operated by Georges Duverger, a French citizen and U.S. permanent resident living in Arlington, MA. Georges’ inspiration for Telegram Cookies was his desire to create the ideal gift. He identified three essential criteria: it had to be thoughtful, universally appealing, and environmentally friendly. The cookies are made with three all-natural ingredients: flour, salted butter, and sugar. With each beautifully and sustainably-packaged Telegram Cookies box, customers can expect the simply elegant cookies stamped with one of our festive, witty messages or order a totally custom message. The cookies are three inches wide with a ruffle edge.
Georges has a diverse professional background as a software engineer and has held product management roles at five tech startups. He spent four years at eBay following the acquisition of Hunch. In 2015, he founded Fitmeal, a consumer product in the health and nutrition space, which he ran for a year.