You've tried blue corn tortillas, so try this unusual, light, and fluffy popcorn.
Blue maize (corn) is a variety of maize grown in northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States, particularly in the states of Arizona and New Mexico.
Originally developed by the Hopi, it remains an essential part of Hopi dishes like piki bread. Blue corn meal is ground from whole blue corn and has a sweet flavor. It is also a staple of New Mexican cuisine.
In addition to its unusual color, blue corn has several nutritional advantages over standard yellow or white corn varieties. It contains 20% more protein and has a lower glycemic index than white corn. Blue corn has a sweeter, nuttier taste than yellow or white corn, and is a more complete protein source.