Celebrate Chinese New Year
Best of all, there’s lots of time to ring in the Year of the Horse, since it begins on January 31 and continues on through February 18. Naturally, fortune cookies are the perfect complement for every kind of celebration. Traditionally, this is a season of visiting family, high spirits and lots of fireworks.
For 2014 we’ve added a dazzling new Most Fortunate Red Giant fortune cookie, all ready to party in sugary gold sparkles. Then you can add your own extra long message on the festive fortune.
In addition we have a $5 cookie gift which makes it fun and easy to send Chinese New Year greetings to anyone. Inside the colorful box are two gourmet fortune cookies: a bright red strawberry cookie, and a classic vanilla cookie dipped in chocolate and red sugar bling, both with traditional Chinese New year fortunes (see samples below). But the fun doesn’t stop there. Inside the box is a matching card that we’ll sign with your name, which is also a $5 coupon so the recipient can try even more of our delicious gourmet cookies. Not only that, SHIIPING IS INCLUDED! That makes the Year of the Horse pretty darn lucky before it even starts.
If you’re planning a party and want to order a larger quantity, pick our classic vanilla fortune cookies, dipped in assorted chocolate, covered with festive red candy sprinkles. Each one contains special New Year’s greetings for 2014.
See all our Chinese New year fortune cookies here.
Here are some sample fortunes:
Right now there is so much possibility
in the air…breathe it in!
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
The future looks brighter every day, so put on
your sunglasses for 2014!
We foresee many opportunities
unfolding for you in 2014.
How will you make the world
a better place in 2014?
Sweep Bad Luck Away! Chinese New Year is also known as the “Spring Festival”, the dawning of a new season
Dream something BIG
and dare something NEW in 2014.
Children born in the Year of the Horse are said to be: Cheerful, Popular, Quick-witted and Adventurous!
Lucky you! You are Year of the Horse if you were born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 and 2014!
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