The Sweetest Road Trip in Massachusetts Takes You To 9 Old School Chocolate Shops
Chocolate. You either love it or you… love it, right? When it comes to chocolate, Massachusetts has all your confectionary needs covered. This state is packed with old-fashioned chocolate shops that are just begging to be sampled. Check out this road trip to the best chocolate shops in Massachusetts.
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Best Chocolate Shops In Massachusetts
What are the best candy shops in Massachusetts?
Among the best candy shops in Massachusetts are the following:
- The Penny Candy Store in Sharon, an unassuming candy shop brimming with delicious candy, some of it in bulk. Check out the penny candy bins, too, where you can stock up on favorites including lollipops and caramels. It also offers vintage candies like flying saucers, fruit slices, and huge Whirly Pop lollipops.
- Robin’s Candy in Great Barrington. This Massachusetts candy shop boasts a selection of 65 flavors of licorice.
What are the oldest candy shops in Massachusetts?
One of the oldest candy shops in Massachusetts is also the oldest candy shop in the United States. Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie in Salem dates back more than 200 years. It is a prime destination, especially if you love chocolate. If you’re a fan of old-fashioned general stores, visit Davoll’s General Store, the oldest general store in Massachusetts. It, too, dates back more than 200 years and sells a little bit of everything, from freshly-made jams to collectibles.
Where can I find the best chocolate shops in Massachusetts?
For some of the best chocolates in Massachusetts, embark on our delightfully delicious road trip. Or, plan a visit to Hot Chocolate Sparrow in Orleans. This charming Cape Cod shop is part coffee shop, part candy store, and part gift shop. It’s also the place to get a perfect cup of hot chocolate. Pair your hot chocolate with a slice of chocolate cake or hand-dipped chocolates. Spindler Confections in Cambridge is another must-visit for chocoholics. The charming shop sells delicious chocolate, and visitors can even make their own chocolate at one of the special workshops.