Some studies indicate that cookies rank high on the list of America's favorite snack food. That information is probably not surprising to you, especially if you are among the many people who typically have a stash of cookies somewhere nearby. Cookies are not an age specific product. Young, not-so-young and all age groups in between have at least one type of cookie that they consider as their favorite variety.
Studies show that aromas evoke emotionally powerful memories. You can do your own independent test to see that the studies are correct. Think for a moment about how you feel when you smell cookies baking in the oven or when you inhale the aroma of a newly opened bag of cookies. Do childhood memories come to mind? Do you have a cookie jar on your kitchen counter or on the pantry shelf? A cookie jar has been a part of kitchen decors for many years. They still remain a featured attraction in kitchens today. Chances are you can still recall what the cookie jar looked like in your mother's or grandmother's kitchen.
Present day delights
Over the course of a year, you'll most likely have numerous occasions to purchase gifts for family and friends. Some of those will be happy occasions that deserve celebrating. Other gifts may be condolence, sympathy, thank you, or gifts that let someone know that you're thinking of them. Cookie bouquets are appropriate for all of those occasions and almost any other occasion that you might need a gift for.
In situations where someone receives a lot of gifts at one time, a cookie bouquet is something that will stand out as unique and be remembered long after the delicious cookies have disappeared. You can really make someone feel special when you customize a cookie bouquet for them. A dog owner would be touched and delighted to have a doggie cookie bouquet given to them. Cookies with a musical theme, sports theme or floral theme are just a few of the individualized ideas that are sure to impress the recipient.