A new Girl Scout cookie is in town for the 2012 season. To celebrate the Scouts’ 100th anniversary, the organization rolled out Savannah Smiles.

Little Brownie Bakers, which makes Savannah Smiles, provides the following facts about the cookie:

- It is named after Savannah, Georgia, the place where founder Juliette Gordon Low started the organization

- It is a lemon cookie that “reflects the heritage of past customer favorites”

- It is “cool and crisp, with just the right number of lemon chips”

- It is supposed to remind people of the “Brownie Smile”

(Image below from Little Brownie Bakers)

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Savannah Smiles, of course, is not the only game in town. Below are some of its Girl Scout competitors.

Thin Mints – mint-flavored, covered with dark chocolate

Samoas / Caramel deLites – doughnut-shaped, covered in caramel and toasted cocnut

Do-si-dos / Peanut Butter Sandwich – sandwich cookie, crunch oatmeal and creamy peanut butter filling

Tagalongs / Peanut Butter Patties – round, covered in chocolate

Thank U Berry Munch – real premium cranberries, with creamy, white fudge chips

Lemonades – shortbread cookies, with tangy lemon icing

Dulce de Leche – sweet, rich in milk caramel chips

Thanks-A-Lot – shortbread cookie, layer of fudge on bottom

Trefoils / Shortbread – shortbread cookie, with Girl Scout Trefoil design

Shout Outs! – light and crisp, caramelized

Which is your favorite flavor? Can it compete with other flavors, especially Thin Mints? Vote in the polls below.