G.H. Cretors Just the Caramel Corn
Taste test: This narrow, tall bag of caramel corn contained fairly large, round kernels with a good helping of caramel on their surfaces, but not the thickest coating we've seen.
Our tasters grabbed handfuls and crunched in to find good crisp kernels covered in extremely tasty sweet caramel. The caramel coating wasn't a hard solid shell, but it didn't leave much residue on the fingertips either. I didn't notice until after eating some that there was a picture of a soft caramel cube on the bag, but that's really what this caramel corn taste liked. Our snackers loved this stuff. Great!
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Smell test: Very nice sweet caramel smell.
From the package: “old fashioned buttery caramel corn” ... “All Natural ... Naturally!™” ... “It all began in 1885 when Great Grandpa Cretors invented the popcorn machine and our family began perecting the art of popping corn. This 'modern machine' appeared at the Chicago Columbian Exposition in 1893, and for five generations we've followed in his corn-popping footsteps, taste-testing recipes around our kitchen table. Today we make our Caramel Corn just like Great Grandpa did — in old-fashoned copper kettles, one batch at a time.”
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Company: Cornfields, Inc.
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