United Airlines will not get rid of Biscoff cookies completely, whew
Biscoff cookies are the proper aircraft snack. They’re candy however not too candy, they’re crumbly however not too crumbly, they usually’re the best accompaniment to a foul cup of aircraft espresso. Luckily, they will not be lacking from United Airlines flights for lengthy.
The airline introduced Friday that it will change Biscoff cookies with the fine-I-guess quasi-cookie referred to as the Oreo Thin. Oreo Thins, whereas acceptable in a pinch, do not present the identical decadent dunking expertise that Biscoffs do. How may they? They are outlined not by what they’ve, however what they lack: the heft and thickness of a full-size Oreo.
Fortunately, I will not be pressured to dunk an Oreo Thin into my espresso — not previous this spring, anyway. A United spokesperson advised Eater on Friday that the swap will solely final till May, at which level Biscoff cookies will return.
There’s nothing like a cookie dustup to encourage some aggressive ribbing, although. Delta, which additionally provides Biscoff, used the kerfuffle to level out on Twitter that it has no plans to section out the cookies anytime quickly.
The cookies are additionally supplied on WestJet, Alaskan Airlines, and American Airlines. You know, if that is the way you’re selecting the way to fly.
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