You Can Now Buy Coffee That Tastes Just Like Your Favorite Girl Scout Cookie

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We're snapping up a pack of Thin Mints coffee ASAP.

We can’t deny that we look forward to buying Girl Scout cookies every year—though this year, things looked a little different. And if there’s one thing we love more than the original cookies, it’s the many, many creative ways people find to incorporate them into other products. We’ve had Girl Scout cookie cupcakes and Girl Scout cookie cereal, so it was only a matter of time before Girl Scout cookie coffee became a thing.

Yep, You Can Get Thin Mints Coffee

Unsurprisingly, Thin Mints are the most popular Girl Scout cookie around the country, so of course, the Thin Mints-flavored coffee is the easiest to find. You can also get Samoas-flavored coffee, which is labeled as caramel coconut, and Tagalongs-flavored coffee, which is labeled as chocolate peanut butter.

Trefoils-flavored coffee is on the market, too. And while we can’t imagine how you might incorporate shortbread flavor into coffee, we definitely can’t wait to find out.

If you can’t pick a favorite cookie flavor to try, no worries. You can also get a variety pack of single-serve coffees, with all your favorite flavors in one handy box.

Where Can I Buy ‘Em?

You can probably find these at your local grocery store, but if you’re having trouble with that, look for the 80-count variety pack or an 18-count pack of a single flavor on Amazon.

If you want to satisfy that Girl Scout cookie craving year-round, Aldi has got some great copycats, or you can make Thin Mints at home. And if you’re a true fan, you’ve gotta know all these Girl Scout Cookie secrets.

Recipes for Girl Scout Cookie Copycats
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Amrita Thakkar
Amrita is an Assistant Digital Editor at Taste of Home. As a writer and amateur photographer, she often ends up applying these skills to her one great love: food. She can usually be found researching global cuisines, at the farmers market, doing yoga, or looking up new places to travel to.