Cape Cod Hot Air Popped Chocolate Caramel Popcorn
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Cape Cod Hot Air Popped Chocolate Caramel Popcorn

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Taste test: It's hard to go wrong with any snack that starts with popcorn, covers it with caramel, and then covers it yet again with chocolate.

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Cape Cod has not disappointed, scoring a big win with this creation. It was crunchy and had tons of great milk chocolate and caramel taste. There was so much chocolate coating the popcorn that each piece looked like a huge Raisinette, barely resembling the chocolate-covered popcorn pictured on the package. It was very hard to stop eating these.

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Smell test: A mild milk chocolate smell.

From the package: “Deliciously Double Dipped!” ... “It looks sweet enough. Our Premium Gourmet popcorn treat delivers exactly what you want, which makes you want — well — just a little more. What seems at first like a simple indulgence becomes a grand passion. One delightfully covered kernel reveals a symphony of flavored perfectly composed. Ahhh. But it can't last forever. Should you share it? This gloriously double-dipped treat makes you want the sweetness all for yourself. Treat yourself to a little sweet satisfaction.”

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Company: Snyder's-Lance

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Christmas Tree Shops. Review published .

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