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Popgal Popcorns – Gourmet Popcorns at Affordable Prices!

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Save the trouble of popping your own popcorns, and also, wasting your money on REALLY overpriced gourmet popcorns! I’m a HUGE fan of popcorns, yet I feel the great inertia to part ways with my money to pay for the “gourmet” popcorns that smell OH SO GOOD.

Being an AWESOME person, here’s the deal, I’ve found a cheaper option to satisfy our popcorn craves! Retailing at just $3.30 for the small box and $4.80 for the large one, I’m amazed at how generous the portions were, and how good some of them tasted!

Currently only 4 flavors are available:

1. Caramel
Photo 31-7-15 12 29 36 pm This is my favorite flavor of the lot. Nothing special, just your plain old Caramel flavored popcorn! That sweet and slightly savory combination, just like what I expect. The best part, it’s SO AFFORDABLE! I just couldn’t stop popping them into my mouth. My gosh.

Seaweed
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I love eating seaweed, I could eat the Tao Kae Noi twice everyday. Haha! But this seaweed flavor failed to impress. Despite the distinct seaweed taste and savoriness, I thought the seaweed tasted a bit like the lao hong kind of seaweed. You’ll know what I mean when you try it!

Curry
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This tasted just like the curry flavored Twisties, except with slightly more heat! You’d want this if you’re a fan of curry twisties!

Honeydew
Photo 31-7-15 12 30 27 pmThis flavor was unique, and any honeydew fan would approve of this because this tasted just like crunchy honeydews, VERY REFRESHING! It takes some getting used to though, because some of my friends just felt disgusted having honeydew in popcorn form! HAHA!

Closing Remarks

I enjoyed every tub of Popgal’s Popcorns, and I can’t believe they are just priced at only $3.30 and $4.80 for the small and large size respectively! They are now available at ALL CHEERS outlets, and also on redmart.com.sg! Hurry down to get your fix now!

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