The Craziest Oreo Flavors Ever

We bet you that you can go through your entire life and never meet someone who doesn't like Oreo cookies. "Oh, I'm not a big fan of chocolate cookies sandwiching a crème filling," said no one ever. But over the years, Nabisco, which makes the things, has released some flavors that have certainly been... challenging, to say the least. 

Green Tea Oreos

If you find yourself in China or Japan, be on the lookout for green tea-flavored Oreos; green tea is a very popular flavor for all kinds of foods in parts of Asia.

Blueberry Ice Cream Oreos

We're not exactly sure what makes these taste like blueberry ice cream instead of just blueberry, but what we do know is that they were released in 2010 and are available in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and China. 

Banana Split Oreos

These Oreos, with a light yellow banana-flavored filling, were briefly available in 2008.

Birthday Cake Oreos

To celebrate the cookie's 100th anniversary in 2012, Oreo released birthday cake-flavored cookies. Two chocolate Oreo cookies were filled with birthday cake-flavored crème as well as sprinkles; today they're available with a "double stuf" amount of filling, in chocolate and golden Oreo varieties. 

Neapolitan Oreos

This 2012 limited release actually contained three golden Oreo cookies. Between the first two cookies was chocolate crème, between that and the last cookie was strawberry crème. 

Watermelon Oreos

This summer 2013 release sandwiched watermelon-flavored crème between two golden Oreo cookies. The jury's still out on whether these really worked or not. 

Pumpkin Spice Oreos

The pumpkin spice craze came to a head in 2014, topped off with Pumpkin Spice Oreos. We gave them a taste test, and while the cinnamon flavor was definitely there, they didn't quite nail the fall favorite. 

Ice Cream Rainbow “Shure, Bert!” Oreos

This one might have been trying a little too hard. A 2013 limited release, these were two golden Oreos sandwiching a double-stuf layer of tri-color raspberry and lime sherbet flavor filling. They probably tasted good, but that name... wow. 

Candy Corn Oreos

You either love candy corn or you hate it, and come Halloween time in 2012 and 2013, Candy Corn-flavored Oreos (two golden Oreos with a yellow and orange candy corn-flavored filling) had developed a seriously cult following. 

Red Velvet Oreos

Newly released, these Oreos capitalize on the red velvet trend by sandwiching cream cheese-flavored crème between two red-colored Oreos. They're crazy, but they actually taste really good.