If you are new to using cookies then probably you must have wrote similar to the below code to Add & Remove cookies.
HttpCookie test = new HttpCookie("Test");
test.Value = "Testing Data";
Removing Cookie: Either of one.
But removal of cookie does not work this way.
Remove() and Clear() remove a cookie instance or all cookies from the Response respectively.
They do not do anything on the client, it is a disconnected architecture. Therefore, in order to invalidate (remove) the cookie from the Request as sent by the client - for the next request and subsequent requests you need a quick fix.
Set the cookie expirey to be less than the next request time
Response.Cookies["Test"].Expires = DateTime.Now.AddDays(-1);
Hope it it useful.
Thanks & Regards,
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