How they taste
As you can imagine, red velvet cake condensed into cookies is stupidly sweet. But once you get past the initial sugar-overload, the subtle chocolatey red velvet cake flavor of the cookie comes out along with the spot-on cream cheese frosting. That's right, the cream cheese frosting filling is, rather unsurprisingly, the star of the show here.
However, if you intend to eat more than one of the red velvet cookies, you'll almost certainly need to pour yourself a glass of milk -- not just for the dunking and flavor combo, but also help wash away the intense sweetness after every other cookie or so.
The same can be said of the new s'mores-flavored cookies. But if you really want to get the full "campfire" and s'mores-like experience, you have to pop them in the microwave -- two at a time -- for 10 seconds. Basically, if you're eating them straight out of the package, well, you're doing it wrong.