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Oreo's bizarre flavors

Oreos come in many shapes and sizes and Nabisco, maker of the iconic cookie, has a long tradition of creating new flavors. Enjoyed in more than 100 countries, the classic chocolate cookie with the white frosting inside is sometimes eschewed for some surprising local flavors, like blueberry and green tea ice cream.  Here's a round up of the most bizarre.

Oreo Root Beer Float

These limited-edition Oreo cookies come on the signature "golden" vanilla flavored cookie. Swirls of root beer and vanilla cream inspire old-fashioned soda shop fantasies. Demand is high for these new cookies with an eBay listing for one package at a whopping $17.50.

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Limeade Oreo's

Just in time for summer, limited-edition Limeade Oreos.  It's two vanilla Oreo cookies with green lime filling in between.  We're hoping it tastes like a butter cookie with citrus, but the green filing doesn't look as refreshing as its watermelon cousin. 

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Cookie Dough Oreo

This week, Oreo unveiled Cookie Dough, one of two new varieties. It's a chocolate-flavored cookie with a dough-flavored filling, tan in color with “chocolately chips.”  And with this version it's all the great cookie dough taste without the fear of salmonella. 

The new flavors are available in stores starting Feb. 3 and will be around for just about six weeks, so stock up now. 

Marshmallow Crispy Flavor

Snap, Crackle and Pop would be proud. The second of two cookies Oreo released this week, this vanilla-flavored sandwich cookie has a sweet cream spotted with crisped rice and is reminiscent of Rice Krispie Treats. 

Like the Cookie Dough, these will only be around for a limited time, but you can find them in stores this February. 

Candy Corn Oreo

You know that Halloween has got to be around the corner if you see these on the shelf. Starting Sept. 10 you can purchase a limited-edition bag of candy-corn-flavored Oreos exclusively at Target.  If you're too embarrassed these might reveal your candy corn habit, just hide them in your cart and secretly chow down on them when you get home.

 

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Birthday Cake Oreo

These limited edition cookies are your standard Oreos, except the white frosting has flecks of rainbow sprinkles inside.

Oreo Blueberry Ice Cream Flavor

Kraft Foods markets seven different flavors of Oreo in Indonesia. Two of them come in ice cream form, a fitting treat for a nation with an average temperature of 82 degrees.

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Oreo's Duo Dulce de Leche and Banana

Milk’s Favorite Cookie combines with milk again in Argentina's Dulce de Leche Oreo rendition. 

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Oreo's Green Tea Ice Cream Flavor

China takes the Oreo cookie into the 21st century with green tea flavored crème that has a cooling sensation, simulating ice cream.

 

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Oreo Double-Fruit: Orange and Mango

China's Double-Fruit in Orange & Mango flavor of Oreo also comes in Raspberry & Blueberry crème.

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Oreo Orange Ice Cream Flavor

The sweet tang of orange mixed with an creamy ice cream taste.

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Oreo "X3"

These cookies, inspired by the traditional Argentine confection, feature three layers of Oreo cookie and creme covered in chocolate.

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Oreo Double-Fruit Raspberry and Blueberry

An Oreo with a layer of creme featuring two complementary "half and half" flavors.

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Oreo Duo Strawberry and Vanilla

Oreo cookie, with a layer of creme featuring two complementary "half and half" flavors.

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Oreo Cream Wafers Strawberry or Vanilla

New wafer design, available in strawberry or vanilla flavors, sold exclusively in China.

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Oreo's bizarre flavors

Oreos come in many shapes and sizes and Nabisco, maker of the iconic cookie, has a long tradition of creating new flavors. Enjoyed in more than 100 countries, the classic chocolate cookie with the white frosting inside is sometimes eschewed for some surprising local flavors, like blueberry and green tea ice cream.  Here's a round up of the most bizarre.

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