Girl Scout Cookie guide — the best, the worst and the randomly expensive


Arthur Siqueira

Which Girl Scout Cookie is the best? Long-time Girl Scout Jade Pinkowitz is here to help with the definitive list!

Jade Pinkowitz, Opinion Editor

I’ve been a Girl Scout since I was five years old. One of the biggest arguments I’ve heard is the big cookie debate.

I’m here to settle this once and for all. Which Girl Scout Cookies are the best and which Girl Scout Cookies are the worst… not that they aren’t good… just not as good as the others.

Tagalongs – If you don’t think this perfect chocolate and peanut butter mix is the best, you’re wrong. The only acceptable reason for not liking these is being allergic to peanut butter.

Thin Mints – These cookies are CLASSIC! I am literally eating Thin Mints while typing this.

Samoas – Coconut isn’t for everyone, but Samoas are so good. Besides, you can barely taste the roasted coconut because it’s complemented by caramel.

Savannah Smiles – I love these cookies! The lemon taste mixed with the powder makes them delicious, but hard to eat.

S’mores – I prefer the real thing. Plus, why do these cookies cost an extra dollar? It’s not like they’re that much better.

Thank U Berry Munch – I actually didn’t mind these cookies, but they were only available for a short time. Sad.

Do Si Dos – These are just peanut butter sandwiches. They aren’t bad but you need a gallon of water just to eat one cookie.

Toffee Tastic – Ew. Thank you, next.

Trefoils – These cookies are so plain…they just taste like sweet crackers.

This list is a definitive guide to Girl Scout Cookies. If you have a different opinion, feel free to share it in the comments and I’ll be happy to tell you why you’re wrong!

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