The original caramel corn shop in Depoe Bay, Oregon has been also named “J’s Caramel Corn” and the building has had various paint jobs, but all say it was established in 1940. It’s a tiny shop that also sold salt water taffy, a few other candies, books and toys. It’s a one woman shop that uses Kettle corn for their product. They also sell plain and cheese corns but no mix. This corn was well coated with caramel and very sweet. It pops into really large pieces and I found very few hard, unpopped kernels in our bag. It’s not greasy and your fingers will have more of a stickiness rather than glisten after eating. The owner used to make the cheese caramel mix but found it too messy and didn’t sell as well. Either way, it was a really good caramel corn and she was very friendly and offered samples. Do note, it’s not a mis-spelling in the title here – it’s spelled without an ‘a’ in the middle.