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There is a variety for every popcorn connoisseur!
Big & Yellow = A supersized, great tasting piece of popcorn. The kernel is "Movie Theater Style" because the popped corn resembles what you would see at a theater. The popcorn Connoisseur would describe the popped kernels as having a "butterfly" shape- the "wings" are perfect for holding the butter and seasoning.
Tender & White = White popping corn is truly a specialty popcorn that is sought after for its tenderness and taste. This kernel will pop into a medium sized piece of mouthwatering popcorn. According to popcorn experts, the general difference between yellow and white kernels is that white popcorn kernels pop into a little lighter, more tender and delicate piece of popcorn.
Flavorful Medley = These gourmet colored popcorn kernels are as pretty to look at as they are flavorful and fun to eat! When popped, the kernels do not retain their color. Instead, the mix of red, blue, white and yellow kernels each offer their own unique taste for a flavorful blend. Have fun sending your taste buds into overdrive!
Baby White = This is a very petite, tender piece of popcorn. This variety has been bred so that the hull shatters upon popping. The result? Only the best hull-less popcorn you've ever eaten- tender, but still with a nice crunch. We should clarify though, that there is no such thing as a truly hull-less popcorn. All popcorn must have a hull in order to pop.
Sweet Baby Blue = This popcorn features light blue colored kernels that carry a subtly sweet smell while popping. Uniquely, there may be a very slight hint of sweetness in the taste. The kernel will pop into a medium to large, fluffy and tender piece of popcorn. These beautiful blue kernels will not retain their color when popped, but instead will pop into a brilliant white piece of popcorn.
Vintage Red = These tiny kernels come packed full of flavor and lots of crunch; some even describe as having a slightly nutty flavor. These distinctive deep red kernels will not retain their color, but will pop into a brilliant white, smaller and tighter piece of popcorn when compared to the movie theater style.