While it may seem like a modern treat synonymous with entertainment, fossil evidence suggests that ancient cultures have known about Popcorn from as early as 4,700BC. But it wasn’t until the 1890’s that Popcorn became widely accessible, when Charles Cretors created street cars equipped with steam powered popcorn makers.
Popcorn is made by roasting dried corn kernels, with moisture inside turning into steam as it is heated. The steam escapes by rupturing the kernel, causing it to “pop” into light, fluffy morsels that are ready to eat. Commonly enjoyed at the cinema, popcorn is either sugared, salted, or coated with melted butter, toffee or butterscotch.
Mathieu Teisseire Popcorn Syrup expertly recreates the moreish flavour of this crowd favourite. Striking the perfect balance between salty and sweet alongside a mouth-watering roasted aroma, it's a fun and innovative addition to your cocktails, mocktails, milkshakes, frappes, coffees, chocolates and more.