Walk by your local grocery store and you’ll see it – a handful of girls in green vests selling one of the only truly wonderful gifts that the wintery months have to offer. Girl Scout Cookies.

Maybe you’re a Thin Mint guy, or you prefer a classic shortbread. No matter what, we can guarantee you’re going to need to wash down those crumbs with something alcohol-y.

So here’s a quick and easy guide to what to pick up at the liquor store after you buy a box of cookies out front:

Thin Mints – Stout with chocolate notes

These chocolatey pieces of heaven are at the top of the list for a reason. They’re a DIA favorite and deserve to be paired with something worthy of their company. A chocolate stout will let the taste of your Thin Mint linger in your mouth longer than your fillings are comfortable with. And it will be glorious.

Tagalongs – Bourbon (with peanut notes if you can find one – try Johnny Drum)

These are the chocolate/peanut butter ones. The ones you settle for if the girls are out of Thin Mints. Paired with the right bourbon they’ll taste like a first choice.

Samoas – Dessert wine

Caramel, Coconut, Chocolate. You’d be crazy not to pair all of these flavors with a port.

Trefoils – Champagne

The vanilla taste of a shortbread cookie mixed with the bubbly goodness of champagne is reason enough to celebrate.

Did we leave our your favorite cookie? As long as you pair it with something you like, you’re in for tasty treat.