So it’s all made fresh. And that is the way it tastes. Crisp, each kernel snaps under tooth and is fluffy, light and ethereal. The flavours — each and every one — taste true. The apple pie hints of granny smiths. The maple bacon is smoky, the sweet chili is tart and spicy, and the […]
The popcorn here is seriously decadent, and it is no surprise that they’re a hot commodity at The Toronto International Film Festival. To read the full ‘Interview with Joseph Villegas, Toronto Popcorn Company’ by Sarah Velasco, click here.
Some of the flavour profiles are surprisingly realistic—like the pizza popcorn, which is convincingly cheesy and has a great oregano bite. To reach the full Toronto Life “Love popcorn? Try 100 flavours at Kensington’s new kernel shop” article, click here.
The Toronto connection mostly ends at the name but the company still pays homage to the city’s vibrant food scene through steak BBQ, taco, pizza, and bacon cheddar flavours (always with the bacon, Toronto). To read the full BlogTO ‘Now You Can Buy Toronto-Branded Popcorn’ article, click here.
They caught the eye of Toronto International Film Festival sponsor RBC, which ordered 12,000 bags of popcorn over four days to hand out to TIFF attendees To read the full National Post “Popcorn is not just for munching at the movies anymore: Sweet and savoury recipes using popcorn” article, click here.