Stopped for coffee and could not RESIST sampling the fudge! Chocolate, Chocolate Kayla, and white chocolate fudge was high quality. This venue will enhance your Rocky Mountain High. Oh Colorado!
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We stop here whenever we visit Georgetown because there are lots of choices. There is also a different location in Idaho Springs. Today we had ice cream, my wife had the cherry while I had some sort of caramel sundae creation. Both were excellent. We also stocked up on other sweets. There is fresh fudge and popcorn along with various... More
We stop in every few months to stock up on the homemade cinnamon candies. All of their homemade items (fudge, chocolates, kettle corn) is delicious but there is something so amazing about the cinnamons! Peel off the I-70 nightmare and grab some candy and an ice cram cone! You'll be smiling despite the traffic!
Charming candy store with homemade treats and a wonderful gift shop too. So many cute and cuddly things and the treats were delicious!!
If you love fudge, this is the place to go. All of their fudge is homemade and they come up with amazing flavors, like Pear/Fig Fudge and Kahlua fudge. They also do handmade chocolates that are wonderful. Great gifts for out of town guests!
Stopped here on a whim when exploring the town. This is a fairly good sized shop given the small town it is in. They have a large selection of fudge, chocolates, rock candies, caramels, prepackaged candies. Also have unique toys and stuffed animals as well as specialized ceramic ware. Some unique gifts are available. You can watch them making candy... More
Great place to stop for a look about and some great candy.Lots to see and pleasant. Souvenirs and local ambience, plus the old fashioned candy bar make this a fun stop even for the kids.
It's fun to actually be able to WATCH the candy making process. Plus they have really delicious locally produced ice-cream and some seriously charming souvenirs and collectibles. Definitely worth the stop.
Lots to choose from, some flavors of fudge I had never seen before. They were making some fudge in the back at the time. I purchased a few pecans and dark chocolate cherries with the stems on. not the place to be if your on a diet.
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