Midnight Blue Hulless Popcorn

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The Midnight Blue variety is hulless and small with a sweet, memorable flavor. This variety has its own delicious flavor, but also pairs well with our seasonings. For best results, this corn should be popped at a higher temperature. 
While our uniquely-colored varieties(Midnight Blue, Red, Purple, Blue, Rainbow) have a colored kernel, they will be white or yellow once popped. For popped popcorn to be colored, the kernels need to be dyed beforehand, and we do not use dyes or preservatives.
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  • 2
    Midnight Blue hulless

    Posted by Eva Rogers on Mar 25th 2023

    Rather disappointed. The kernels half pop leaving hard masses behind. Also is not as hulless as promised. The flavor is unremarkable. I regret having bough 6 lb rather than a small bag.

  • 4

    Posted by Tammi Mether on Jul 7th 2021

    Delicious popcorn

  • 4
    A Nice Choice but NOT the BEST Amish CountryVariety

    Posted by LaDonna Wiley on Dec 30th 2020

    I've now tried several varieties of Amish Country popcorn and this Midnight Blue is a fun choice that my kids like. It seems to have a slight bluish tint when it is popped up and compared to the other Amish Country varieties. It has a nice taste and isn't too chewy but my personal preference is the Baby White, which I think offers a wonderful taste AND a pleasant, soft texture that is less chewy than this Midnight variety. Oh, I also don't think the higher price tag for this Midnight variety is justified in comparison to the Baby White.

  • 5
    Delicious, Tender

    Posted by Joe Richter on Feb 11th 2019

    My wife is a popcorn gourmet. This is her favorite. She pops it slow, by letting the seeds "simmer" in hot oil on low until they can't stand it any more and start popping. Then she turns it up high to finish it. Result is a nutty, roasted flavor added to an already wonderful popcorn. If you like "Black Jewel," you may just like this one better. We order it 18 lbs (3 x 6lb bags) at a time. Excellent.