Alaska November 09, 2018
The Sweetest Trail in Alaska Takes You To 7 Old School Chocolate Shops
Follow this trail to all the most delicious chocolate shops in the state and indulge to your heart’s desire. You’ll find all the old school charm you are looking for in a classic chocolate shop, and the chocolate isn’t bad either. This trail will take you across the state to some of the tastiest destinations. Explore Alaska from another angle with this sweet chocolate shop trail.
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1. The Fudge Pot, 515 First Ave., Fairbanks
A Fairbanks landmark, this sweet stop has been in business for more than 20 years. They make unique fudge apples, as well as caramel, and have endless options for fudge, ice cream, and candies. If you want lunch or coffee, they can help you out with that, too!
2. Hot Hot Chocolate Shoppe, 550 South Alaska St., Palmer
This adorable shop specializes in unique, gourmet truffles and chocolate made in-shop for the freshest flavor. This is the perfect place to shop for gifts and place custom orders for special occasions.
3. Sweet Chalet, 939 West 5th Ave. Suite L, Anchorage
This delicious spot is located inside the Captain Cook Hotel and is a great place to visit for tasty samples and a cool, old-fashioned candy shop vibe.
4. Alaska Wild Berry Products, 5225 Juneau St., Anchorage
An Alaskan staple, this huge candy shop includes hundreds of options, most made in-house in their open candy kitchen. It also is home to the world's largest chocolate waterfall, so you won't want to miss it.
5. Sweet Darlings, 207 4th Ave., Seward
They have a huge selection of beautifully handmade chocolates at this cute shop in downtown Seward. Wander in for a full coffee bar, some candy to take home, and a cup of gelato on a sunny afternoon.
6. Alaska Fudge Company, Downtown, Skagway
Specializing in homemade fudge, stop here for a sweet chocolate treat or a cone of ice cream while cruising the boardwalk on a sunny day in Skagway.
7. KetchiCandies, 315 Mission St.,
This classic candy stop is well-loved in its hometown. Head here for freshly created sweets made by hand in their sunny kitchen.
In case you weren’t aware,
The World’s Largest Chocolate Waterfall Is Right Here In Alaska And You’ll Want To Visit.
How many of these sweet destinations have you been to? Tell us about it in the comments below.