Nearly 25% Agree This Is The Worst Oreo Flavor

When Mashed asked Americans what they thought was the worst flavor of the myriad Oreo flavors, we honestly had no idea what to expect in terms of the responses. For one thing, Oreos are so popular, it might be a bit challenging for some to think of any Oreo flavor as the "worst." Like, can something so good have a "worst"? Well, as it turned out, yes, something so good can, in fact, have a worst. 

Out of 593 people in the U.S. whom Mashed surveyed, nearly 25% of them agreed that carrot cake is the worst. And now that we think about it, yeah, that does actually make sense. "Carrot cake" as a flavor is close to the polar opposite of the Original flavor, which is good ole chocolate. But several of the rest of the worst of the seven worst Oreo flavors the tastemakers at Nabisco have ever come up with were quite a bit more surprising.

Here are the next worst Oreo flavors (after the worst)

So, if "Carrot cake" was, hands-down, the least favorite flavor of Oreo, according to the 593 people in the U.S. who responded to Mashed's survey on the topic, where does that leave the other many, many flavors of Oreos? Well, not all that far behind "Carrot cake" in the race-to-worst-flavor was "Mint," which earned 19.22% of the votes. Just behind that came "Birthday cake," with 17.03% of the 593 votes. Just behind "Birthday cake," the "Lemon" flavor came in at fourth worst. Fifth place went to "Peanut butter," whose fans represented three percentage points more than the fans of "Lemon" (16.02%). 

Much of the bottom 10% of the survey was made up of votes for "S'Mores," which totaled 8.60%. Bringing up the rear, was Oreo's "Chocolate" flavor, which we assume refers to the flavor pictured above, good ole, plain ole "Chocolate" (as opposed to "Dark Chocolate," "Chocolate Marshmallow" or any of the other Oreo flavors that have "Chocolate" as part of their name). Now, the next logical question is: How do you eat your Oreo? Twist off the top? Or as a sandwich?