The Story Behind a Cookie ( Barong Cookie) from Bali 2017.09.26

Enjoying your favorite tea time or coffee time without a company by cookie doesn’t feel perfect!

Barong cookies are made in Ubud Bali Indonesia, a luxury biscuits that are perfect for your coffee time or tea time. This delicious cookies help to share the Balinese culture. As each biscuit is in the form of the sacred Hindu “Barong Character”.

*Barong Character” Barong is a lion-like creature and character in the mythology of Bali, Indonesia. He is the king of the spirits, leader of the hosts of good. For the Balinese, Barong is the symbol of health and good fortune.
Why should you try this cookie?


Very healthy, because this is a homemade cookie from natural ingredients and without using preservatives.

Very Unique because of the shapes (barong character) and colors reflect the blessings from nature in Bali. With 6 kinds of flavors:



PLAIN : plain cookie made of Thirta from Tirtha Empul, holly water found only in Bali and made from simple ingredients, with rich butter taste and smell.

BALI KOPI : coffee flavor cookies made of selected beans produced in Munduk (highland region in Northern Part of Bali). These cookie has unique taste combination between bitter taste of dough and peanuts and also candle nuts.

BALI RICE : Made from rice grown in rice Tegallalang, it has savory scent of carefully roasted rice kneaded into dough.

BALI SALT: this cookie baked with Balinese traditional salt which is produced in Kusamba, the east part of the island that has high mineral content. This cookies has delicious mix between salty and sweet.

COCONUT & SUGAR PALM: made with coconut and palm sugar full of rich flavor and aroma of the tropics.

MANGO & WHITE CHOCOLATE: made from dried mango and sweet white chocolate. Has unique texture combination between chocolate and fruit.

This delicious cookie could be delivered to you, to your home or your hotel, order now at

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