Salty Sisters Gourmet Popcorn just opened a new location at John’s Pass Village, this joins the shop’s other location in Treasure Island. Is there anything better than a massive popcorn tin for the holidays? We think not, especially when it allows you to also support a local, independent business — thanks for making the region sweeter Jill and Jen.
We’re mildly obsessed with popcorn. While we’re fine with melted butter and a touch of salt, we can’t resist going decadent with the flavors. Last year we wrote Salty Sisters was our favorite discovery of 2019, and its continued growth fills us with total elation.
Gourmet popcorn arrives at the beach
The gourmet popcorn pair have flavors that satisfy our need for something sweet and savory. Recent creations include cinnamon bun, white chocolate pretzel, champagne caramel and dark chocolate with pink Himalayan salt.
It’s probably one of the most sensational snacks there is. The Salty Sisters have a storefront on Treasure Island located at 107 107th Avenue. The business continues to innovate its wide array of flavors and remain open to customization for special occasions.
Salty Sisters offers 25+ flavors, and their assorted tins are kind of a party game changer. We admit the flavors are so damn good that it’s well worth the trip out to Treasure Island to give it a try.
Sisters bringing a sweet dream to life
More than anything else, this small business is a labor of love and it’s fully evident in each and every bite. That kind of passion is something we fully support.
Order for delivery or pickup direct on Salty Sisters’ website.
107 107th Avenue, Treasure Island
12821 Village Boulevard, John’s Pass Village
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