Classic cookie thin on ingredients but not on taste

The latest edition of Flavor Profiles features the classic Girl Scout staple: the Thin Mint (but not for long)

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Townes Hobratschk

The only way to make a Thin Mint last a long time is to take a picture of it before it’s eaten.

Townes Hobratschk, food reviewer

Hey y’all! I’m back with another food review! Today, I’m going to be talking about Thin Mints. Yes they’re just Girl Scout cookies, and just because I’m a foodie doesn’t mean that I have to have everything fancy; that’s just the way the cookie crumbles.

Speaking of food reviews, I’ve got a cookie to review. The cookie was  decadent but still not too rich in mint or chocolate flavor. The best part of the cookie is that it is covered in a delicious coat of chocolate. I don’t really know how to further carry on this review, as the list of ingredients that make up the cookie is very thin.

For taste, I would give these cookies a 10 out of 10. I give the taste of the cookie a nine out of 10. The flavors mixed well; however, I think the texture deserves a slight knock because I feel like the chocolate should have been a bit thicker, to help envelop the crumbs. Eight out of 10 for the texture, so I would say an overall rating of 85 will suffice.

Now I’m going to go back to my kitchen and grab some more cookies. I have some lemonades calling my name.