7 Girl Scout Cookie Cocktails That Prove Thin Mints Are Even Better With Booze

Girl Scout cookies are the best, but there is a downside to those boxes of deliciousness. The sad fact is that these treasured boxes, like most things in life, don't last forever. The way I see it, this leaves you with two options: you can order more from the Girl Scouts themselves online now (thank you, Internet), or you can fill your life with other cookie-flavored adventures, like Girl Scout cookie cocktails. Mix up some of these delicious drinks, and prepare to receive a merit badge in creativity.

Take Tagalongs, Thin Mints, and Samoas to the boozy next level that'll have you partying like a Girl Scout all year long.

Tagalong Bourbon Shakes

Blend together shots of bourbon with some delicious chocolate peanut butter ice cream and Tagalongs to make this grown-up milkshake from Pass the Sushi.

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Thin Mint Cocktail

What do you get when you mix together chocolate mint liqueur, coffee bitters, and vodka? You get this cookie-inspired treat by The Kitchn.

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Boozy Samoa Latte

Thanks to Real Housemoms, this libation is a yummy mix of three very awesome things: Girl Scout cookies, coffee, and coconut vodka.

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Thin Mint-Oreo Baileys Irish Cream Milkshake

Get your mint chocolate on in this cookie-filled spiked milkshake from Culinary Concoctions By Peabody, which includes Thin Mints and Double Stuffed Oreos.

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Samoa Cookie Cocktail

Three sweet liquors — chocolate liqueur, caramel vodka, and Malibu rum — create I Am a Honey Bee’s tipsy version of the classic cookie treat.

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Thin Mint Jelly Shots

Think you’re ready for this jelly (shot)? E is for Eat takes the chocolate and mint combo to another level by spiking gelatin with creme de cocoa and creme de menthe liqueurs.

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Samoa Girl Scout Cookie Shots

Getting tipsy never tasted so sweet. Kelly Bakes mixes caramel vodka, Malibu rum, and chocolate syrup for this shot of heaven.

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