Girl Scout cookies are typically only available for purchase six to eight weeks out of the year, which leads to a lot of stockpiling. In 2015 alone, the Girl Scouts sold a staggering $776 million worth of cookies—but which flavor came out on top? According to the organization, Thin Mints are their most popular offering, followed by Caramel deLites/Samoas, then Peanut Butter Patties/Tagalongs. But as social brand review website Influenster discovered, some states have an individual flavor preference.
To find out which Girl Scout-branded baked good reigned supreme in each region, Influenster conducted an online survey of more than 5000 community members across the country, crunched the numbers, and showcased their findings in the map below. Not surprisingly, Thin Mints were beloved from coast to coast: They won the vote in 25 states, including Arizona, California, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Alaska, and Hawaii. Caramel deLites/Samoas took second place, topping the polls in 18 states including Colorado, Florida, Georgia, and Kansas. Meanwhile, Peanut Butter Patties/ Tagalongs came in third; states that ranked them as their top choice included Alabama, Connecticut, Mississippi, and Montana.
See which cookie reigns in supreme in your state below.