Which Gourmet Popcorn Flavor Is Right For You?

At Best Popcorn Company, we strive in making the best flavorful gourmet popcorn. We really do our very very best to come up with delectable flavors of popcorn that our customers will love. With so many flavors and characteristics, it can be hard to decide which one to try. Here are some of our favorite popcorn characteristics that help us decide.

  1. Buttery: You can’t make the best gourmet popcorn in the world without the buttery goodness associated with it. Whenever you have our popcorn, have some salt sprinkled on top. We promise it will have your mouth jumping for joy.
  2. Sweetness: We believe popcorn and sweetness go together perfectly. Adding the delicious, gooey sweetness of caramel to gourmet popcorn has been a staple for many years. This combination is so scrumptious that we absolutely had to create our very own caramel gourmet popcorn for our fans to enjoy. Everyone knows that sugar and popcorn is such an amazing pair.
  3. Crunchiness: Have you ever bitten into a popcorn that was stale? Tasted awful right? When it comes to gourmet popcorn, crunchiness and freshness are a must and cannot be left out. You can have all of the elements (such as butter and sweetness), but if the popcorn you’re eating isn’t crunchy and fresh, we believe it isn’t popcorn, it’s something else. Period.

Our gourmet popcorn includes all the fan favorites, from kettle corn and caramel, to cheddar and our very own trademarked Naples Mix. The Naples Mix is Caramel & White Cheddar mixed together for a sweet and savory flavor.  When it comes to ordering from Best Popcorn Company, you can browse our online store and have it delivered to you or if you’re in the area, you can stop by our new store front!

Whether you need favors for weddings, snacks for parties, gift box shipped, or a nice treat for corporate events, the Best Popcorn Company is cooking fresh popcorn every day.

admin, January 3, 2019

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