Popcorn comes from a variety of maize that produces small kernels with a hard outer shell. These kernels can’t be chewed without a good chance of cracking a tooth. To get to the fluffy part, you must heat the kernel, which turns the moisture within into steam. When the outer shell reaches its pressure point in bursts and releases the soft inner flake, creating popcorn. Our popcorn is a beautiful indigo blue before popping, and a bright white when popped.