Tiny But Mighty Sea Salt Heirloom Popcorn
Taste test: This popcorn, much like Tiny But Mighty's Butter version, consisted of small kernels, though not as small as some other mini-popcorn brands, with a bright white color.
The butter ones didn't taste buttery at all, and this kind promised sea salt but didn't taste all that salty, or at least not enough salt to bring out a lot of corn flavor. The small kernels had a fairly good crispness. Some of the kernels (a minority) had sort of a remotely buttery taste. Not bad, but could be tastier.
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Smell test: Not the usual popcorn smell. Maybe it's the coconut oil?
From the package: “Easy to digest” ... “Won't get stuck in your teeth” ... “Safety First: Keep teeth happy. Don't eat unpopped kernels. Popcorn not recommended for infants or toddlers due to choking risk.” ... “Countless popcorn fans with IBS, Crohn's and Diverticulitis are thrilled that they can eat Tiny But Mighty.”
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Company: Tiny But Mighty Foods, Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Christmas Tree Shops. Review published .
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