At popcorn maker reviews, we love popcorn. We love plain popcorn, flavored popcorn, popcorn with oil, popcorn without oil, organic popcorn and just about any other popcorn we can think of.
When you are a popcorn fanlike we are, you start looking for different types of popcorn. Fortunately, there is gourmet popcorn to the rescue. Gourmet popcorn puts the fun back into popcorn with many different varieties, and flavors, and colors.
If you want to know where to buy gourmet popcorn look no further than our recommendations which you can find on Amazon.
Amish country popcorn is just plain fun. This popcorn features three one-pound bags with purple popcorn, blue popcorn, and red popcorn.
This popcorn is non-GMO and comes in interesting flavors and colors. The purple popcorn pops up fresh and crisp and has a slight nutty flavor. The red popcorn has an amazing texture and is crispy with hardly any hulls.
With the purple the popcorn is on the medium to large size. There aren’t a lot of hulls and the flavor is on the sweet side. If you are new to gourmet popcorn you will love this Amish country popcorn.
This is a great selection of gourmet popcorn. You get ten 15 ounce bottles in a variety of colors and flavors. This corn is natural and non-GMO. Lower quality genetically modified corn may produce larger kernels, but the flavor would not be as brilliant as these natural kernels.
This is good stuff, and it features some great flavors. Even though these kernels are in different colors, they pop up white. There are nine different types of popcorn included, and these are the flavors.
Just the names alone are enough to make me want to try them all. Fun stuff and good popcorn.
This is another great Amish Country 3 –pack. The flavors featured in this quality popcorn are baby white, purple, and ladyfinger. Once again these are non-GMO and super yummy.
The ladyfinger popcorn is smaller and mostly hulless. The purple is a tender corn that is high in flavor and healthy antioxidants. Just as the name says, the baby white is small, white and tender.
This is a tasty popcorn. The natural kernels are on the small side. If you are air popping this corn you may need to tilt your popper until the small kernels start popping. This will prevent the lightweight kernels from flying out unpopped.
Here is a fun one! Mushroom popcorn kernels are just what they sound like, round fluffy, mushroom-like popped kernels. These are non-GMO and grown in the US. The unique shape of these is great at holding in flavors and are perfect for caramel or kettle corn.
These pop large and have hulls, which is another reason these are recommended for kettle corn and caramel corn. This isn’t really the best snacking corn, but it may be the secret ingredient to make your homemade kettle corn turn out magnificent.
Here is a gift pack from Hoosier Hill Farm. This pack features three 1.5 pound bags. They come in three flavors ladyfinger popcorn, purple popcorn, and baby white popcorn.
In case you didn’t guess, this popcorn hails from Indiana. This is premium popcorn grown exclusively for texture and taste. These are small and flavorful and were a hit with the testers.