Pipcorn

Pipcorn

$22

Pipsnacks is a line of pre-popped miniature popcorn that comes in a variety of flavors. The key is smaller corn kernels which create a smaller popcorn. In addition, the creators claim that the popcorn is a bit softer and the kernels won’t get stuck in your teeth. Pipsnacks come in a variety of flavors such as Kettle Corn, Rosemary, Truffle, and Sea Salt. Each bag is 4oz. The entrepreneurs were able to strike a deal with Barbara.

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9 reviews for Pipcorn

  1. Christopher
    2 out of 5

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    I’m not sure that popcorn needed to be miniaturized. I don’t think I have ever looked at a piece of popcorn and thought, “I wish this was smaller.” I do eat a lot of popcorn, especially in the pre-popped bagged variety. There is definitely a hierarchy of quality in this space. There’s a huge difference in flavor between the lesser brands and what I consider the gold standard, Angie’s Popcorn. Angie’s seems pretty similar to Pipsnacks–it comes prepopped in a 4 oz bag, in a variety of flavors. I usually stick with the sea salt variety and it’s really tasty. My one complaint is that the kernels do get stuck in my teeth from time to time. So, if Pipsnacks can really prevent this annoyance, I’d give it a shot. Otherwise, I see little reason to switch over from my beloved Angie’s.

  2. Liane W
    2 out of 5

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    The popcorn is cute. That’s about it. I like that the kernels are tiny, and probably more easily digested. However they don’t taste great, at all. I got a 4 pack for $13, which was 50% Off the regular price of $26. $3.25 per bag is too much. There’s little flavor. The regular price of $6.50 per bag is completely ridiculous. For delicious gourmet popcorn I would pay around $4 tops. For this product I would pay $2 tops, only if I was really hungry and it was the only snack around. Very disappointing and overpriced. I give it 2 stars instead of one just because of the tiny kernels.

  3. Steph
    3 out of 5

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    Pipcorn isn’t all it’s popped up to be. Despite the small size, Pipcorn is actually a crunchier, less tender variety compared to popcorn, due to the fact that there’s not as much of the white portion per kernel. The flavors are very subtle, however, the rosemary and truffle flavors are unique, but definitely need kicked up a notch. Sadly, some of the kernels even gave off a burned taste, like they were popped for too long or something. They’re also quite awkward to grab out of a bowl with your hands. My husband actually eats these with a spoon, because it’s too inconvenient to grab the small kernel size. On the positive side, the packaging is very nice and the shipping was lightning fast! These were ok to try, but we’ll be sticking with regular popcorn from now on.

  4. Lr
    2 out of 5

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    I purchased the Rosemary flavor. Couldn’t taste any Rosemary at all in the 4 bags. It was lightly salted and almost no unpopped kernels. Way overpriced, no flavor and the small kernels don’t add anything. I can’t imagine with the pricing strategy and the lack of flavor this company surviving without shark tank.

  5. Jan Scheetz
    5 out of 5

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    I love PIPCORN! I eat it right out of the bag. The Truffle is my favorite and the Rosemary is just as delicious. Plus, there is a lot in the bag. I was just ready to order more PIPCORN since I am about to run out. Great Product!!

  6. JK
    1 out of 5

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    No flavor, hard because little pop around the kernel, sometimes burnt, so tiny you have to use a spoon to eat popcorn. No redeeming value that I could find. Cost is outrageous for what you get.

  7. Nicole
    2 out of 5

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    Sea salt flavor is nice, but the pieces seem to be more kernel than anything else. The light, airiness of other popcorn is missing. The small pieces are more like the leftovers at the bottom of a bag that you don’t really want.

  8. Cynthia
    1 out of 5

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    I saw this product on Shark Tank. I believed their spiel that the smaller kernels would contain smaller, easier to eat kernels. I thought “finally popcorn I can eat without the fear of breaking a tooth.” The back of the packaging even says “Finally, popcorn that’s kind to your teeth.” That to me is clearly false advertising. I ordered 2 3-packs from Many Kitchens and they just arrived today. I dove right in. First handful, 4 unpopped hard kernels immediately made their presence known. Unchewable, unbreakable, must unlodge it from my teeth and spit it out type of kernels. Nicole’s comment above is right on the mark: this popcorn is like the stuff at the bottom of the bag that you just discard except IT’S THE ENTIRE OVERPRICED BAG!!! It has all of the downside of popcorn without any of the upside (big fluffy corn). Sorry to be so negative, but Pipcorn is a major fail.

  9. Skylar
    5 out of 5

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    AMAZING. We love the mini popcorn- we love the bags- the advertising and the different flavors. Our fav is sea salt and kettle corn – we love you guys. My favorite person ever is my brother so I love this is a bro sis company. The only thing my husband and I would love is a re-sealable bag.

    Great creation!!

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