This candy store is a must stop for people with a sweet tooth. For over 20 years at the northwest corner of Old Town this ... More
This candy store is a must stop for people with a sweet tooth. For over 20 years at the northwest corner of Old Town this business has been thriving, catering to candy lovers. Secret family recipes are used for scrumptious chocolate-dipped strawberries, fudge and English toffee, green and red chile and pinon (pine nut) brittle. Take a look at the adult chocolate novelty items or try some old fashioned red licorice. Mail order is available. See website for online shopping and more.
Our family visited this shop during a family reunion, we all have a sweet tooth so this was the perfect place. The candy is delicious, especially the Peanut Butter Crunch which is a shop exclusive. They give you full-size samples to try and the staff is wonderful. If you have the chance to visit Old Town this is a must visit shop.
This was the one place I had to check out after seeing a piece on the Food Network. I recommend it as a "must visit" if you are in Albuquerque. There is nothing like it anywhere else. I loved the tiny shop and the folks who worked there were adorable. After sampling the red chili fudge, I was addicted. Only sorry that I didn't stock up.
Not only is the candy, etc. good, the people are amazingly nice! I've been sending their candy to people for at least 8 years, and I've never been disappointed. They even have diabetic chocolates and candy. What a treat!
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