One of my favorite seasons of all time is quickly approaching.

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It is not local Summer. (Even though I do LOVE local Summer)

It is not Halloween.

Boxes of Girl Scout cookies
Boxes of Girl Scout cookies (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)

It is not even Christmas.

It is Girl Scout Cookie Season!!

Every year, I make sure to stock up so I have thin mints and trefoils hidden all over my apartment. You never know when you will need an emergency supply.

In case you somehow didn't know, Girl Scout Cookie Season kicks off every January and lasts until April. My oh my how those four months fly on by.

Well I've got great news!, Especially if you are a huge Thin Mint fan. (I mean, who isn't?)


According to, there is a new cookie being added to the Girl Scout Cookie collection.

It is called the Raspberry Rally and it is, "infused with raspberry flavor instead of mint and dipped in the same chocolate coating."

Holy mother of god that sounds good. But will it top the Thin Mint?

Maybe! It is being referred to as the, "sister cookie" to the Thin Mint so I am betting our new raspberry friend will be some stiff competition.

According to, these new raspberry treats will be available for the 2023 cookie season coming up. YAY!

But be warned.

Girl Scouts Sell Cookies From Street Trucks In New York City
Photo by John Moore/Getty Images

This will be the first Girl Scout Cookie that will only be available online. The good news is that this means the cookies will be delivered right to your front door step.

Also, just a little tip my family and I have worked out.

Place various smaller orders of cookies with different girl scouts in you know. You show your support for all the kids and you will also have a hefty supply.

Everybody wins!

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