Joe & Seph’s: Gin & Tonic, Chocolate Mint, and Peanut Satay

Joe & Seph's Gin & Tonic Gourmet PopcornJoe & Seph’s have done it again. The popcorn flavors that they create are simply unbelievable. They recently sent me the following flavors — Gin & Tonic, Mint Chocolate, Thai Style Peanut Satay, and Mince Pie, which I reviewed about year ago.

I am a huge fan of Joe & Seph’s gourmet popcorn. They use air-popped popcorn and make flavors that are unmatched in the gourmet popcorn industry. I recommend you try all of their gourmet popcorn to experience some of the most unbelievable flavor combinations you’ll ever taste.

I started my tasting by opening the Gin & Tonic flavor. It was awesome. A fruity note and a splash of gin and tonic make this flavor combination truly sensational. The next flavor I tried was the Peanut Satay and it tasted like the peanut satay sauce I had at one of my favorite Thai restaurants. The Chocolate Mint flavor reminded me of After Eight dinner mints. It was light and crunchy, chocolaty and minty. This flavor is just the kind of popcorn you would want after eating a big meal. The final taste of mint stayed on my tongue for quite a long time. The Mince Pie flavor is one of my absolute favorite gourmet popcorn flavors of all time. It’s crunchy, nutty, fruity, and chewy. I’ve currently tasted well over 400 different kinds of popcorn and Mince Pie is currently one of my all time favorites. Be sure to get some for the Holidays.


Joe Sopher is a popcorn genius and his gourmet popcorn flavors are just incredible. I can’t wait to see what he comes up with next. Thanks Joe and Keep on Poppin’

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