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About us

Baker Boone's
true craftsmanship

In 1932, a Belgian baker named Jan Boone Sr., creates a caramelized cookie with nothing but natural ingredients. He names it Lotus, after the flower that symbolizes purity.

Some of our Biscoff ingredients

Coffee + Lotus Biscoff = the perfect match

In the 1950s, baker Boone starts wrapping cookies individually. It's an instant hit. It's eagerly snapped up by cafes and restaurants as the cookie and coffee have complementary profiles. They boost each other’s flavor. Not surprisingly, the name Lotus Biscoff itself is a combination of ‘biscuit’ and ‘coffee’.

A cup of coffee holding a biscoff cookie

Biscoff conquers the world

Over the years, Lotus Biscoff’s popularity rises far beyond the Belgian border. Coffee lovers all over the world ask for a Lotus Biscoff with their latte or espresso. Lotus soon finds more ways to enjoy the unique taste of these cookies by creating a cookie butter and a delicious ice cream.

Child stealing from the cookie jar

Luckily some things never change!

Today, Lotus Bakeries is still family-owned and based in its home town. The ingredients of Lotus Biscoff are as pure, the taste as unique, and the cookie as crunchy as ever. Every year, there are 6 billion of them coming out of the oven, savored on all 7 continents.

Biscoff Biscuits

More than
just a cookie

Lotus Biscoff has become much more than coffee's favorite companion. Chefs all over the world use the Lotus Biscoff cookie as an ingredient for delicious desserts, like tiramisu or Lotus Biscoff mousse.

Decorative spoons and scoops

A family with
great taste

The Lotus Biscoff family keeps growing throughout the years. Its unique taste can now be savored as a spread or as delicious ice cream.

biscoff child