‘Smile,’ There’s a New Girl Scout Cookie — Taste Test

by in Product Reviews, January 10th, 2012

girl scout cookie savannah smile
Make space in your freezer and clear out the shelves in the pantry: It’s time to load up on Girl Scout cookie favorites like Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Trefoils. Leave room for a new favorite this year, though, as Savannah Smiles are added to the 2012 Girl Scout Cookie list. The Girl Scouts certainly have lots to smile about this year as they celebrate the organization’s 100th anniversary.

The new lemon wedge cookie is fresh and just the perfect size. Covered in powdered sugar and shaped like a smile, you can’t help but grin as you pop these cookies into your mouth one by one. The sugar coating can get a bit messy, but there’s no shame in licking your fingers clean. With each bite you’ll be transported to a cool fall day in Georgia, curled up on a porch swing with a cup of tea and these addictive lemon cookies. Sounds like a mighty fine afternoon to us.

To order cookies, find a local council near you.

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Comments (17)

  1. Guest2 says:

    These look just like an updated version of "Lemon Coolers" that were discontinued 2-3 years ago. The GS Cookie Buying Public has been clamoring & begging us (Cookie Moms) for their return – looks like they are back! Hurray!

  2. Heather G says:

    Yet another sugar loaded GS cookie though!!! The last three years I've been selling with my daughter, I've had people begging for sugar free. :-( This would have been a nice year to introduce something like that.

  3. Luraine Nuzzo says:

    Is there really a bad girl scout cookie? haha

  4. @freedom9to5 says:

    Not another cookie. There goes the diet. LOL

  5. I want organic cookies to be sold by girl scout cookie sellers. That would sell well into our health conscious age.

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