Vegas Pops! Snoball White Chocolate Popcorn
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Vegas Pops! Snoball White Chocolate Popcorn

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Taste test: Most chocolate-coated popcorn I've seen had a thick coating of chocolate and, shapewise, only remotely resembled plain popcorn.

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But this had a very thin layer of white chocolate and looked pretty much like regular popcorn. Even the popcorn hulls were visible, and their color seemed to be unaffected by the coating. A handful of kernels scattered thoughout the bag had purple candy stripes on them as well. Some of the kernels were stuck together in twosies, but most were independent single kernels. The thinness of the white chocolate coating didn't detract from the flavor, as it was sweet, tasty and good. On some bites, I could taste the popcorn and the white chocolate; on others, just the white chocolate. The coating left a slight amount of sugary residue on my fingers, but the folks at Vegas Pops were nice enough to include a wet nap on the back of the package (with a promotion for the Venetian casino printed on the packet). A tasty new variation on popcorn.

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Smell test: Very mild but sweet smell.

From the package: “Premium White Chocolate Product”

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Company: GB Food Group, LLC

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