Product Review Alert!- 4 Flavors of 4700 BC Popcorn

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By Ruchi Sharma


Popcorn! Something that we connect instantly with those exciting three hours of watching that latest movie at the theatres, right? But since last few months we have all been cut off from that amazing experience but one thing we instantly munch on while watching movies even at home, lounging in living room or bedroom? Well, no surprise it is again good old popcorn. Having relied on those microwave popcorn packets, a different take is definitely required! I am not a fan of popcorn at all and this review coming from me is as much as a surprise to you as it is to myself! ;) In fact, giving a review of FOUR flavors offered by 4700 BC popcorn can itself explain why now I love flavored popcorn! They are basically products offered by PVR Cinema group, so one thing that matches already is the connection with the cinema halls! Perfect snacks to binge on.


4700 BC Gourmet Popcorn Nutty Tuxedo Chocolate

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Someone suggested to try out this chocolate popcorn combo tub and my first reaction was chocolate and popcorn, together? That’s the weirdest combo! But nevertheless, gave it a try and bought this 4700 BC Gourmet Popcorn Nutty Tuxedo Chocolate Tin and the taste experience has not been disappointing at all! They have these cute tins that come in different sizes (I bought 125 Gm tin first and then 375 Gm one later!). While the popcorn itself are covered with both white and milk chocolate with hints of caramel, the favorite part is searching for those random chocolate coated almonds that are placed in between the popcorns. Overall a super yummy experience with just the correct amount of sweetness while maintaining the crunch of the popcorn. Would give it-

Taste- 5 Stars

Crunch- 4.5 Stars

Packaging- 4 Stars

 

4700 BC Gourmet Popcorn Himalayan Salt Caramel

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After the previous amazing experience of chocolate popcorn, I decided to try out a new flavor. Since salted popcorns are the closest to being authentic, and then salted caramel is again something quite common in western desserts, it was worth a try. They are a little sweet from the caramel and then a salty zest hits your mouth due to the Himalayan salt. For someone who is not a fan of things that are too sweet but still likes the caramel taste, it could be something they could like a lot. For me, I preferred the Chocolate one over it, maybe because chocolate one is something that I couldn’t get enough of! Would give it-

Taste- 3.5 Stars

Crunch- 4 Stars

Packaging- 4 Stars

 

4700 BC Gourmet Popcorn Mocha Walnut Chocolate

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This one was a pure lucky buy. Got intrigued that there was another chocolate flavor and being a coffee lover, this one was definitely worth a try. Though the taste of mocha was not that prominent but it still tasted different from the nutty tuxedo chocolate variant. Also, the crunch factor was a little less as compared to the chocolate popcorn. Not much walnuts but each little piece that was there was extremely delicious. Overall it was worth at least trying it out once. Would give it-

Taste- 3.5 Stars

Crunch- 3.5 Stars

Packaging- 4 Stars

 

4700 BC Gourmet Popcorn Peanut Butter Chocolate

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A special edition pack, it was actually a gift and was a delicious one! Quite similar to chocolate popcorn in looks, it actually tastes totally different. It has got hints of peanut butter taste along with the regular chocolate and caramel coating. Reminded me of the peanut butter chocolate cups that we ate as kids. But what makes them really delicious is the crushed peanuts sprinkled all over them. A good snack if you love peanut butter and chocolate combo. Would give it-

Taste- 4.5 Stars

Crunch- 4.5 Stars

Packaging- 4.5 Stars

They offer many more flavors of popcorn like Roasted Peanut and Caramel, Hawaiian BBQ Cheese, Tiramisu Chocolate, Belgian Chocolate Caramel, Cranberry White Chocolate etc. Have you tried one of these? Do let us know your views in the comments section below!

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