So you're testing a site and you need to clear your cache, quick CTRL+SHIFT+DEL, press enter and it's all gone. Then oops, you're logged out of all the other sites on the other tabs... *sigh* log back in to everything again... Wouldn't it be easier if you could just clear all the cookies for just one site...
If you don't want to use an extension to clear your cookies, then copy the following into your search bar:
This will give you a full list of locally stored data, to remove one of them simply click the site to see what the site is storing, click the button for the data type to see more details then click 'remove' at the bottom.
You can also browse to this page using the menu by going to 'Settings' > 'Show Advanced Settings' > 'Content Settings...' > 'All cookies and site data...'
If you want a quicker way to remove cookies then I highly recommend the web developer Chrome extension by Chris Pederick, which adds an icon in the top right of your browser that allows you to 'Delete Domain Cookies' for the site you're browing. Simple.