All Girl Scouts' cookies are not created equally!
Turns out, the Girl Scouts use two different bakeries to cook up their confections, and they're turning out two sets of slightly different products.
According to CNN, the bakeries are Little Brownie Bakers, based in Louisville, Kentucky, who make Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-si-dos, Trefoils and Savannah Smiles. And then there's ABC Bakers, based in Richmond, Virginia, who churn out Caramel deLites, Peanut Butter Patties, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Shortbreads and Lemonades.
My first question and final question is: WTF are Caramel deLites?! (I'm obviously live in Little Brownie Bakers country.)
Interestingly, both bakeries make Thin Mints and the scouts' newest, and some (me) say, most delicious flavor, S'mores. However, the cookies are not the same! The Thin Mints are basically the same, with a few small changes in look and taste, but the S'mores are totally different cookies! Check it out:
WTH! Good thing CNN is blowing this charade wide open - this investigative reporting is on par with Watergate. (NOT REALLY. NO EMAILS, PLEASE.)
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