Montana June 19, 2017
These 10 Candy Shops In Montana Will Make Your Sweet Tooth Explode
Sometimes you just have to answer the call of your inner child and sink your teeth into some delicious candy. When that urge strikes, head to one of Montana’s finest candy shops for your treats of choice. These 10 are especially tempting.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
1. The Sweets Barn, 11380 US Highway 93 S., Lolo
From the artisan truffles to the freshly made fudge and specialty chocolates, classy candy is what you'll find at the Sweets Barn. Their products are Montana-made and sold internationally.
2. Candy Town USA, 820 Shiloh Crossing Blvd. Ste 1, Billings
Montana's largest candy store and old-fashioned soda shop has become a beloved Billings staple. Their candy collection is like no other.
3. Big Sky Sugarbuzz, 81 Snowy Mountain Circle, Big Sky
Big Sky Sugarbuzz carries a great selection of quality candy, gourmet chocolates and sodas. They also have a location at the Big Sky Resort for skiers who love sweets.
4. Parrot Confectionery Store, 42 N Last Chance Gulch, Helena
Since 1922, this family-owned gem has been providing the people of Helena with hand-dipped chocolates made from fresh, natural ingredients. Sitting down at their soda fountain feels like going back in time.
5. Sweet Palace, 109 E Broadway St., Philipsburg
Philipsburg is such a charming weekend getaway destination, and candy is the perfect vacation treat. The Sweet Palace carries every sugary concoction you can dream of, and there are even gluten free and sugar free choices.
6. Candy Masterpiece, 120 Central Ave., Great Falls
Some of the best saltwater taffy in the state can be found in this candy shop in the heart of Great Falls. Their homemade treats are downright addictive.
7. Montana Candy Emporium, 7 S Broadway Ave., Red Lodge
Montana Candy Emporium has been a favorite stop in the Red Lodge community for two generations. Not only is the candy selection wonderful, but the collection of vintage memorabilia (including a 1946 American LaFrance fire truck) will leave you feeling nostalgic.
8. Béquet Confections, 8235 Huffine Ln., Bozeman
We wouldn't go as far as to say you've never had a good caramel until you've tried caramels from Béquet Confections, but we will say that there's a good reason they have won numerous awards.
9. Moose Crossing Sweets & Gifts, 770 Mt Highway 2 E, Cardwell
Moose Crossing Sweets & Gifts makes a perfect pit stop for anyone passing through Cardwell on Highway 2. While you're deciding on your candy, order a latte or a Bubble Tea and browse the aisles for gifts.
10. Old West Candy Store, 202 S Main St., Darby
Known for its tasty huckleberry treats, which are meticulously prepared in small batches to ensure quality, the Old West Candy Store is a must-see when you visit Darby. Allow yourself plenty of time, because this place features 13 rooms of high quality candy, unique merchandise and antiques.
Candy is a perfect treat in any season. But during warmer months, it can be fun to satisfy your sweet tooth a tone of
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