Now, courtesy of Fairfield-based Bigelow Tea, "drinking" favorite Girl Scout cookies is possible.

Bigelow has begun marketing "limited edition" teas flavored to mimic Girl Scouts' popular Thin Mints and Caramel & Coconut cookies. The teas are possible because of a licensing arrangement with Girl Scouts of the USA, according to a press release from Bigelow, and "combine the renowned flavor blending expertise of the Bigelow Tea Co. with the time-honored exciting Girl Scout cookie flavors."

The cookie-flavor teas will be marketed for a limited time to mark Bigelow's 70th anniversary this year.

"Once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout," Cindi Bigelow, a former Scout who is now the company's president and CEO, said in the statement. "These tea flavors, in addition to being a part of the Bigelow quality tradition, will extend the enjoyment of Girl Scout cookies into a new category, with an inspired beverage that warms body and soul, and brings a smile to your face."

Bigelow says that despite the cookie flavoring, each of the teas has no calories. The company describes the new tea flavors as follows:

- Girl Scouts Thin Mints Herbal Tea: "This caffeine free tea delivers the perfectly balanced mint and chocolate flavor of the Girl Scouts' famous Thin Mints cookies. The flavor profile is as rich and refreshing as the chocolaty mint cookies that have become an all-time American favorite. This herbal formula is deliciously relaxing."

- Girl Scouts Caramel & Coconut Black Tea: "This superb black tea blend offers a delectable taste combination of luscious caramel and coconut. Like the Girl Scout Cookie that inspired it, this tea is a delightfully satisfying treat -- a little reward to enjoy during a busy day. Its black tea content offers a dash of energy."

Both teas are sold in boxes of 20 individually wrapped tea bags in foil pouches. They are gluten-free, sugar-free and Kosher-certified, according to Bigelow.