The new flavours are part of the Singapore-based popcorn enterprise’s Crazy Asian series.
Local popcorn manufacturer The Kettle Gourmet has added two new original flavours to their Crazy Asian series: Curry Fish Head and Pulut Hitam.
The Fish Head Curry popcorn “mimics the same delicious taste of the traditional dish”, said The Kettle Gourmet in a press release on Wednesday (Sep 22). Describing it as one of Singaporeans’ favourite dishes, The Kettle Gourmet CEO and founder Zac Chua said that they wanted to create “an easy way” to eat the variation of the classic savoury dish as curry is difficult to transport.
“Our Fish Head Curry popcorn can be eaten on the move, at home, in the office or in the cinema,” he added.
The other new flavour, Pulut Hitam, is catered towards The Kettle Gourmet’s older consumers. Pulut Hitam is a sweet dessert commonly found in Southeast Asia, consisting of black sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar. “We hope to show our young customers just how delicious it is and what they have been missing,” said Zac.
The new flavoured popcorn are priced at $5 for a 65g packet, and $15 for a family-sized 320g packet.
Both new flavours are available for purchase at Fairprice Finest outlets, as well as online via The Kettle Gourmet’s website, and its Shopee, Lazada, Redmart, GrabFood, PandaMart and Qoo10 platforms.
The Kettle Gourmet is a homegrown popcorn business specialising in uniquely Singaporean flavours, such as Kaya Butter Toast, Nasi Lemak, Chilli Crab, and Chicken Floss.
Other original flavours include Salted Caramel and Chocolate.
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