The World’s Largest Chocolate Waterfall Is Here In Alaska And It’s Beyond Amazing
Everyone loves chocolate, especially in the winter. When you think of handmade, delicious chocolate, you must think of Alaska Wild Berry Products! This amazing and absolutely incredible treat store in Anchorage boasts the world’s largest chocolate waterfall in Alaska!
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For more information, head over to their website here. Have you visited the world’s largest chocolate waterfall in Alaska before? What did you think? And what was your favorite candy in the store? Let us know in the comments below!
Are there any old-fashioned candy shops in Alaska?
There’s nothing like the sweet nostalgia of an old-fashioned candy shop. If you’re looking for sweets like fudge and taffy you may have enjoyed from your childhood, head on over to Sweet Darlings located in downtown Seward. Here you can find an extensive selection of fudge, taffy, and chocolate, all of which are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Aside from those delicious treats, they also offer homemade gelato, bubble milk tea, and plenty of coffee.
What are the best chocolate shops in Alaska?
Homer is home to a fine chocolate shop in Alaska called Homer Truffle Co. which is best-known for its chocolate bear coins which come in a variety of flavors. Aside from these medallions, they make a wide variety of chocolate bars, barks, truffles, and so much more! Chugach Chocolates in Anchorage uses mostly locally sourced ingredients from Alaska, offering high-quality chocolates to customers. And the chocolate bar flavors are ones you can only find in this state like Alaskan Birch Syrup Toffee, Alaskan Kelp + Cayenne, and Mat-Su Valley Potato Chip. Take our word for it, these chocolate bars are absolutely delicious!
What are the best places for foodies to visit in Alaska?
Take your taste buds on a trip around Alaska for some incredible food you can’t find anywhere else in the country. The state has quite a few towns that are known for their wonderful cuisine and you may want to hit the road to check them out. From the freshest seafood in Ketchikan, Seward, and Kodiak, to steaks in Kenai, you’ll love exploring the culinary scene of The Last Frontier. Read more about these and other foodies towns in our post, The 10 Best Little Food Towns In Alaska You Need To Explore.
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