MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Letter writers will soon be able to pen notes that give their readers a sweet smell of summer.

The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that its first scratch-and-sniff stamps will debut this summer, featuring the scents of various popsicle treats.

READ MORE: Wisconsin Disabled Community Opposes Changes To Election Law: 'Ultimately, They're Harming A Very Large Minority'

Each of the 20 stamps in the “Frozen Treats Forever” booklet features the words “Forever” and “USA” at the bottom. The illustrations were created by California-based artist Margaret Berg.

READ MORE: Report: Suicides In Minnesota Declined In 2020

The stamps will be debuted in a public ceremony on June 20 at the Children’s Museum in Austin, Texas.

MORE NEWS: Derek Chauvin Conviction: Judge Says Prosecutors Proved Multiple Aggravated Sentencing Factors, Including Cruelty

The Postal Service says the summer stamps will be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price.