This hybrid popcorn pops medium to large kernels into fresh popcorn. It has its own flavor, typically a little sweeter and not a lot of hulls. Recently, it has become a favorite popcorn flavor amongst our popcorn fanatics.
The Amish Country Popcorn Story
In 1965 in the 'Amish Country' community of Berne, Indiana, Roy Lehman planted a small plot of popcorn for his six year old son, Brian. Brian then began supplying his family with popcorn. He even remembers carrying popcorn to school, with his sixth grade teacher being one of his most loyal customers. As he finished high school, he wanted to stay on the family farm. His dad suggested he go from planting an acre of popcorn to planting twenty-five acres–and that is how it all started. Forty-seven years later, Brian is still in the popcorn business. Through the years, Brian has found that there are many types of popcorn, as well as different qualities of popcorn. He has also found that no two people are alike and therefore not everyone will prefer the same type of popcorn. Brian offers thirteen different types of popcorn each of the highest quality to satisfy the taste of the individual customer. We encourage you to try several of our popcorns and to decide for yourself.