The Gold Medal 2041 coconut oil is ideal for popping popcorn in large machines. The amber oil is stored in a 50-pound pail and enhances popcorn flavor. This oil type produces little fumes or carbon but liquifies around 76 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Stored in a 50-lb. tub
- Butter flavor
- Amber in color
- Liquifies around 76 degrees F
- Produces little fumes or carbon
- May affect people with nut allergies
Additional information on types of oils is available in our selling popcorn article.
Coconut Popping Oil, with butter flavor, 50 lb. drum. Coconut oil with butter flavor is amber in color. This product liquefies around 76°F. It is formulated for imparting a buttery taste on cooked or fried foods.
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Linda Fitzimmons said...
"Worst product ever! I purchased these for my kids and relatives thinking they were full of caramel, cheesy, and buttery popcorn! When my 5 year..."
Linda Fitzimmons said...
"Last year for Christmas, I got a lovely tin full of three flavors of popcorn (butter, cheese, and caramel I think). Since it was such an easy cr..."
"Worst product ever! I purchased these for my kids and relatives thinking they were full of caramel, cheesy, and buttery popcorn! When my 5 year old daughter opened it on christmas, she was confused at first. After I told her there was popcorn inside, she got super excited. Her spirits were completely crushed when my husband pried off the lid and there was nothing but yellow congealed oil. It broke my heart to see her so upset. I also got a really angry call from my mother in law asking why we gave a bucket of oil to her grandkids. I still haven't heard from my neice though. I doubt she'll ever speak to me again after this! After we opened the container, I went back to the label. BURIED in the fine print, there is a note about how this is popcorn OIL used in MAKING popcorn, not prepopped kernels. The label and website should have been MUCH MORE CLEAR ABOUT THIS! If you are looking for congealed butter flavored oil, this is the product for you. If you want popcorn though, STAY AWAY!"
"Last year for Christmas, I got a lovely tin full of three flavors of popcorn (butter, cheese, and caramel I think). Since it was such an easy crowdpleaser, I decided I'd do popcorn tins for all of my family members this year. I purchased 4 of these and had them delivered to my house so I could wrap them and add personal notes. I was a bit surprised when they arrived because they are HEAVY! The glaze on the kernels must be really thick for it to be so heavy! One other problem is that the container is pretty boring; it's just plain gray. The ones in stores typically have Santa Claus or some other christmas pattern. This wasn't a big deal though, I just jazzed them up with some beautiful purple wrapping paper. In fact, since they don't have Christmas images on them, you could give this for any occasion! Mine ended up looking pretty cute! Even if they are a little dressed down, it's a great deal for such a large container! The star rating is based solely on the look and weight of the can. I have taken already three of them to my in-laws and my sister. The one for the kids is wrapped up under the tree as we speak! I will report back and update the rating after we taste the popcorn on Christmas!"