2LB Blue Popcorn

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This hybrid popcorn pops medium to large kernels into fresh popcorn. It has its own flavor, typically a little sweeter and not a lot of hulls. Recently, it has become a favorite popcorn flavor among our popcorn fanatics.

6 Reviews

  • 2
    Blue no more

    Posted by A Brown on Sep 30th 2018

    It says "a little sweeter". Not that I could tell. Compared to Red and Purple its more chewy and a lot more hulls left at the end. I put 1/3 cup more corn in the pan and still ended up with less popped corn than the others as well. I won't order this again.

  • 5
    The good stuff

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 5th 2017

    Yup it's good and pops great. Don't think I will be buying popcorn unless it's from ACP. Thank you guys for the great popcorn and fast shipping.

  • 5
    Best popcorn

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 23rd 2016

    I've just started sampling Amish Country popcorns. So far have only tried the blue kernels but find the texture interesting and the flavor wonderful.

  • 5

    Posted by Lisa Berve on Dec 8th 2016

    This popcorn actually has a blue hue to it after it's popped! And it tastes great, too!

  • 5
    Great tasting!

    Posted by Patricia walker on Sep 21st 2016

    I am a fan of popcorn but after having tried your product, I look forward to eating and sharing them with family, friends and co-workers

  • 5
    Taste is the key

    Posted by Bruce Duhe on Dec 11th 2015

    I'm so glad I found Amish Country Popcorn! Consumers have fallen for the "bigger is better" market strategy of the big boy stores. Most of the popcorn I bought prior to Amish Country were large popped kernels of flavorless Styrofoam!! FINALLY a kernel that pops with flavor. It seems that flavor has been hybridized out of the majority of the main stream popcorn in a race for the largest popped kernel. The problem is that you then have to add unhealthy toppings and flavoring in order to taste anything. Not with Amish Country Popcorn. The taste is in the kernel, and anything I add compliments the flavor, it doesn't become the flavor. Kudos to Amish Country Popcorn!! You have a customer for life.

    PS. The Blue corn is my favorite among many of your enjoyable kernels! I'm also partial to the Red corn as well.