G.H. Cretors Caramel Nut Crunch
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G.H. Cretors Caramel Nut Crunch

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Taste test: This popcorn had a thick caramel coating, and though most of the kernels kept their independence, quite a few were stuck together in clusters of two or three. The clustered ones seemed to be even heavier on the caramel than the others.

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As I crunched my way through the top of the bag, I was wondering where the promised almonds and cashews were, as I didn't come across any for quite a while, as I searched each kernel or cluster for attached nuts and also looked for stand-alone nuts. Finally, I found an almond on its own, and it was tasty. But I looked and looked and couldn't find another almond, nor any cashews. Finally, after eating half the bag, I spilled the rest onto a plate and found that all of the other nuts had been at the bottom.

There were fewer nuts than I expected for this size of bag, but there were some, and it was a tasty combination when eating nuts and heavily caramelized popcorn together.

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Smell test: Nice mild caramel smell with a hint of almonds.

From the package: “our classic buttery caramel corn with freshly roasted almonds and cashews”

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Company: Cornfields, Inc.

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