A biscuit enthusiast from Twickenham was selected to work as a ‘cookie taster’ for a day with Maryland Cookies.

Sacha Patrick was picked for the role after submitting a bite-sized poem about her love for of cookies.

The confectionary brand was on the hunt to find its biggest cookie lover who had to prove to them just how much they enjoyed eating Maryland Cookies – and, it was Ms Patrick’s poem that eventually took the crunch.

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Sacha Patrick's award winning poem that landed her the role with Maryland Cookies.

When asked about landing the job Ms. Patrick said: “Landing a job at Maryland Cookies was out of this world and I couldn't wait to chip in with some new ideas.

“Tasting cookies was a pretty sweet job to get and I never imagined such a role existed!

“I had the best day tasting so many amazing flavours and meeting the incredible team, it is safe to say I will never get a better job!”

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Sacha Patrick from Twickenham proved she has the biggest sweet tooth of them all.

Ms Patrick and her friend Ionna Grant visited the Maryland Innovation Centre in Edinburgh for a day of cookie tasting and making.

The pair had the luxury of tasting a variety of different cookies and also provided feedback which they thought would help the brand to reach its audiences taste buds.

The ladies were then given the opportunity to make their own cookie and turn it into a desired reality.

Ms Patrick designed a white chocolate and salted caramel mermaid themed cookie and Ms Grant designed a rocky road cookie topped with raspberry’s and plenty of chocolate.