Monday, August 14, 2017

Halfpops - Snack Review

I received products for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.


When going through a bag of popcorn, I like to gather the half popped kernels and chew on them.  Halfpops is a company that knows there's others like me and they've invented half-popped popcorn snacks in a variety of flavors.  The snacks are crunchy, healthy, and portable.  Halfpops are bagged in three different sizes, and I received the individual snack sizes for review.

Currently, there are seven flavors of Halfpops available: 

Black Truffle & Sea Salt
Caramel & Sea Salt
Angry Kettle Corn
Brooklyn Dill Pickle
Butter & Pure Ocean Sea Salt
Aged White Cheddar
Simply Sea Salt


To get a mix of opinions, I opened each individual bag and set them on plates to share with my Small Group.  Halfpops aren't a type of snack I'm normally used to, so it took a couple bites to let my mind and my taste buds get acclimated to the crunch, texture, and flavors.  The majority of Small Group really liked Halfpops, with Aged White Cheddar and Angry Kettle Corn being the top two flavors.  A couple of people said that Caramel & Sea Salt had a coffee flavor.  Brooklyn Dill Pickle was the least liked but there were a couple of people who enjoyed the pickle flavoring on their kernels.  I think the individual serving sizes are perfect for on-the-go and I appreciate that the snacks don't crumble and fall apart if they're packed in with other belongings.  

Have you tried Halfpops?
What flavor would you be most interested in trying?

3 comments:

John Smith said...

Those look so good! And all of the flavors sound delicious!--but maybe the dill pickle is a bit tart?

Peggy said...

That is interesting as a snack. I would probably like the pickle flavor... a Southern thing. I have not seen them in the store. I will have to look for them.

Lauryn Rescoe said...

These sound delicious, all of the flavors are so unique! I love the name too. Thanks for sharing! :)