An heirloom variety from the 1800's named Pennsylvania Dutch Butter Flavored Popcorn. It's a white butterfly popcorn grown on our farm in Grundy county, Illinois. The popcorn hasn't left the farm. It's non-GMO and certified organic. While you have to use a little imagination to taste the butter (at least compared to movie theatre popcorn) it tastes great plain. It's nothing we added to it. Just the natural taste the amish bred into the variety over a 100 years ago. Pop it in a hot air popper or brown paper bag in the microwave for a whole grain, low calorie snack. Or pop it in oil and/or add more butter and salt to indulge. Allergy Notice: Our farm uses some of the same machinery to harvest and handle corn, soybeans, wheat, oats, buckwheat and field peas NOTE: NO FLAVORING HAS BEEN ADDED TO THIS POPCORN. While modern corn varieties are usually named with a nondescript number (like "35K02" or "SC1102") older varieties many times are named with a descriptive name. (like "Dakota Black", "Ambrosia" or "Reid's Yellow Dent") This popcorn variety was named "Pennsylvania Dutch Butter Flavored". Apparently someone a long time ago thought the kernels tasted like butter, naturally. The only flavor that comes with this popcorn was from the corn plant alone. WE'VE ADDED NOTHING.
Organic White Popcorn
Also available for half the price in a pack of 6