Friday, September 15, 2023

Mackenzie Limited Ted Lasso Shortbread Cookies

 Inspired by the Emmy Award-winning series Ted Lasso, gourmet food company Mackenzie Limited, in partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products, is thrilled to announce the launch of Ted Lasso-inspired “Biscuits with the Boss” shortbreads. 

As fans of the show fondly recall, Coach Lasso began every workday at AFC Richmond with a delivery of hand-baked biscuits and a few words with the boss. Now you can experience the same delectable shortbreads that brightened each of owner Rebecca Welton’s mornings.


Mackenzie Limited, with its rich tradition of fine foods from Scotland and around the world, was the perfect partner to make these traditional Scottish treats, symbolic of kindness and generosity. Mackenzie’s “Biscuits with the Boss” shortbreads contain all-natural ingredients including rich, creamy butter, with a bit of sugar and a touch of salt. With their classic signature crumble and heartwarming flavor, you’ll understand why Rebecca anxiously awaited Ted’s daily delivery of these irresistible treats.

Each Ted Lasso biscuit box comes with 10 large shortbread cookies  a scrumptious 9 oz. of delectable biscuits, made in collaboration with the Apple TV+ original series Ted Lasso. We know you’ll want to stock up on these delightful Biscuits with the Boss, so we offer the ability to place an order of one box, two boxes, or three boxes.

My Opinion: These are yummy shortbread cookies and go great with tea or coffee. I had never seen Ted Lasso until today and it is very funny and definitely on my watch list.



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