This sounds amazing.

By Corey Williams
December 11, 2018
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The new year is about to get a whole lot sweeter, because Dunkin’ is introducing a Trefoils-inspired coffee product at the end of this month.

The shortbread flavor will join Coconut Caramel and Thin Mint in the company’s Girl Scout lineup, and it'll bring "the sweet and buttery flavor of the traditional shortbread cookie to Dunkin' coffee," according to a release

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That’s not all—Dunkin' will once again invite Girl Scout troops to set up shop in participating stores around the country every weekend in February.

"There are few brands that fit better together than Dunkin' and Girl Scouts of the USA. From great flavor combinations to shared values, such as positivity, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit—it's a perfect pairing," said Patty Healy, Dunkin's Senior Director of Integrated Marketing. "The return of these beloved flavors to our lineup of coffees will help our brand and our guests kick off the New Year with a smile in honor of the start of Girl Scout Cookie season."

The partnership aims to help young girls build their business skills.

"We are thankful to Dunkin' for opening their doors to Girl Scout Cookie entrepreneurs around the United States for a second year," said Barry Horowitz, GSUSA Chief Revenue Officer. "Girl Scouts become entrepreneurs as they sell delicious cookies, while also powering amazing experiences for themselves and their troops with their earnings. Hosting cookie booths increases the opportunities for girls to build their cookie businesses and become the leaders of today and the future."

The coffee flavors will be available by the end of the month and will remain on the menu until spring 2019--thankfully, by then, you can get your hands on the cookies that inspired them.