Click on three dotted icons in Google Chrome (given at the top right) and then click on Settings. or paste this in your url bar without a quote "chrome://settings/"
In Chrome Settings, inline with settings hit the search box and enter the word PRIVACY.
On right pane, Click "Content Settings..." button and a modal window will appear.
Under the Content Settings, you will see a Cookies, Click "All Cookies and site data...." button and a new window will appear.
Beneath the Cookies and Site Data you could see a table headers namely: Site and Locally stored data, Remove all button and a Search Cookies Box.
Site - it is a domain name that is saved in your chrome cookies.
Locally stored data - is a types of cookies and the number of cookies save in that specific domain name.
Remove All - is a button that will delete all cookies of your chrome.
Search Box - the a search box is intended only for filtering domain cookies (?)
NOTE: Do not click "Remove All" before this point.
What are we going to do is search that particular domain. My Example is lizeal.xyz
There are two options you could possibly do:
1. Remove all Shown button - you could delete all you search so be cautious
2. X button at the end (right side). - I prefer this since you would hit x manually to delete a specific cookies.