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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Classic cookie thin on ingredients but not on taste

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

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

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

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

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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.

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