Oreo has launched two brand-new flavors: cookie dough and then something called “marshmallow crispy,” which is clearly based on a Rice Krispies Treat. Both Oreo varieties will hit shelves on Feb. 3 for a limited time only.

TIME has conducted an official taste test. Here are the results:

TIME‘s Cookie Dough Oreo review:

“While delicious, it doesn’t really taste like cookie dough. Several staffers said they got hints of coffee or caramel, and one said it should be renamed the Frappuccino Oreo. It’s good, we all agreed, but if you were to taste it blindly, you most likely wouldn’t guess that it’s supposed to represent cookie dough.”

ESPN Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell’s thoughts:

TIME‘s Marshmallow Crispy Oreo Review:

“One TIME staffer declared it inedible, throwing it into the trash in a huff. Others, however, were particularly excited about this variety because its creme center features bits of crisped rice. Unlike the cookie dough variety, this cookie’s flavor corresponds with its name: it really does taste like a Rice Krispies Treat. We suggest pulling off one of the cookies — which are of the “golden” vanilla persuasion — so you can taste the creme by itself to get the full effect of the crispiness.”

New Marshmallow Crispy Oreos.

New Marshmallow Crispy Oreos.

In other news, the exact opposite of the Marshmallow Crispy Oreo product also exists in the Universe: Kraft features a recipe for Rice Krispies Treats with Oreos in them.

We think both Oreo flavors sound sub-par to the O.G. Oreo, which in our opinion can not be beat. Either way, we’re down to try ’em.

Regardless, you’ll be able to find both cookie dough and marshmallow crispy Oreos at most grocery stores, along with Walmart and Target. They’re expected to last for about six to eight weeks.

[via TIME]