Ranking Girl Scout cookies: the best and the worst


Cass Salot

It’s that time of year again, Girl Scout cookie season. Girl Scouts around the country sell millions of your favorite Girl Scout cookies.
Now that the season has come, it’s time to take a look at all the cookies and really see which ones are the ultimate go-tos and which ones are just alright.
Options of Girl Scout cookies include Savannah Smiles, Thin Mints, Girl Scout S’mores, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-si-dos, Trefoil Shortbread, Lemonades, Toffee-Tastic, Thanks-A-Lot and Caramel Chocolate Chip.
Going from most favorite to least, coming in last is definitely Lemonades. Lemonades have not been on the menu for Girl Scouts very long. They haven’t gained much popularity and aren’t very enjoyable, as many say. Toffee-Tastic is also not a favorite of many due to the fact that many people don’t enjoy toffee and it isn’t very well known in the Girl Scout cookie family.
Thanks-A-lot and Caramel Chocolate Chip are also fairly new additions to the menu for Girl Scouts and though they aren’t considered the bets, they certainly are a popular favorite that many beg for.
Though being new to the family of cookies as well, Girl Scout S’mores are up there on popular demand. They were introduced a couple years ago and are many peoples’ favorites. Savannah Smiles is also an old item on the menu but doesn’t receive much praise, though some people enjoy them.
Now to the originals, the ones we all grew up with and knew since we were little. Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils and Thin Mints are by far the best of the best. Out of the five, Thin Mints stand at first, with Samoas coming in second, Tagalongs coming in third and Do-Si-Dos in fourth, followed by Trefoils. They all have their own unique tastes that are so delicious.