I loooooooovvvvveeeee chocolate. Wisconsin has some awesome chocolate shops, probably on account of great dairy and the attention given to the craft. Without further ado, the ten top chocolate shops in Wisconsin:
1. Ashley's Confectionery (Cedarburg)
People flock to Ashley's for fine, hand-dipped chocolates and fudge.
2. ChocoBella (Milwaukee)
ChocoBella specializes in truffles, chocolate barks, and even exotic chocolates.
3. Seroogy's Chocolates (De Pere)
I probably keep Seroogy's in business. They just make amazing chocolate, including, my personal favorite, the almond meltaway bar.
4. Wilmar's Chocolates (Appleton)
Open since 1956, this corner shop has been making small batch chocolates, local dairy, and fruits and honey sourced from Wisconsin.
5. Sjolinds Chocolate House (Mt. Horeb)
Pronounced "Shoo-linds," you can enjoy handmade confections as well as chocolate bars from around the world.
6. Red Elephant Chocolate (Milwaukee)
Judging by the outside of this place, you're going to have a unique experience. Not only do they offer handcrafted chocolates, but other desserts, beverages, and ice creams--showcasing chocolate in a variety of awesome ways.
7. The Chocolate Chisel (Port Washington)
Artisan chocolatiers make chocolate daily--including sea salt caramels, turtles, and more.
8. Guth's End of the Trail Candy Shoppe (Green Lake, Waupun)
Established in 1921, this family has been making chocolate for almost 100 years and now has two locations.
9. Chocolaterie Stam (Middleton)
They've been making fine European chocolates since 1913. You'll love the bonbon bundles.
10. Beerntsen's (Green Bay)
Another great chocolate shop in Green Bay, Beerntsen's makes excellent hand-dipped chocolates as well as some fantastic ice cream sundaes (all homemade, including ice cream).