Even though there is a pandemic you will still be able to enjoy your Girl Scout cookies. Everyone has their favorite of the ten different kinds of cookies.

As far as the United States, as a whole, google trends show that thin mints take the number one spot.

So how do thin mints rate here in the northeast which includes New York, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and we who live in the Berkshires of Massachusetts pick as our favorite Girl Scout cookie?

Google trends show that New Hampshire has Tagalongs as their number one pick in Girl Scout cookies.

New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Maine, and we who live in the Berkshires of Massachusetts pick as our favorite Girl Scout cookie is Thin Mints.

If you are gluten-free are a vegan or kosher, Girl Scout cookies have your back.

Gluten free? Try Toffee-tastic and Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies.

Vegan? Try Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Lemonades, and Toast-Yay! cookies.

Kosher? Halal? Try them all! Every flavor variety is kosher and Halal certified.

Girl Scouts came to the forefront in 1910, but they did not sell cookies, they sold preserves. It was the 1920s  when they started selling the first girl scout cookies.

Who can forget the amazing moment in 2016 when Girl Scouts took the stage at the Academy Awards to sell cookies to Hollywood’s A-list?

It was a stellar beginning to the nationwide celebration of the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts selling cookies.

That continued with the introduction of Girl Scout S’mores®, which quickly became the most popular new cookie

But as of today Thin Mint is on top. Which cookie is your favorite?

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