Tennessee September 11, 2015
These 10 Candy Shops In Tennessee Will Make Your Sweet Tooth Explode
Who isn’t a huge fan of candy…? If you know anyone, we’d be shocked. Tennessee has a sweet tooth the size of something pretty dang huge, which means there are some sweet shops to boot. We’ve found a couple of great stops if you’re in the area and looking for something supremely yummy. Is your favorite here?
10) Claire's Candy Shop - Tullahoma
Old fashioned candy and specialty sodas make this Tullahoma staple a home run.
4) Olive & Sinclair - Nashville
This Nashville chocolate shop has its roots in East Nashville, and you can even take a tour of their factory!
8) Paul's Chocolate Gallery - Franklin
Franklin has a winner in this specialty chocolate shop - the shop may seem tucked away, but it's a secret worth exposing.
7) Blushing Berry Chocolates - Nolensville
Small batch candies of the highest quality are the name of the Blushing Berry game, rounding out tiny Nolensville with a beautiful hint of sugar.
6) Phillip Ashley Chocolates - Memphis
One of the most creative chocolate shops on our list, you may find yourself trying a Memphis bbq sauce truffle if you're not careful! But we've heard it's awesome, so dig on in.
5) Old Mill Candy Kitchen - Pigeon Forge
The Old Mill Candy Kitchen focuses on traditionalist recipes with a delectable modern spin. You'll taste childhood again right here.
4) The Hot Chocolatier - Chattanooga
This decadent chocolate shop has earned rave reviews in the town of Chattanooga, and is recommended as a romantic endeavor or a pick-me-up after a hefty dinner.
3) Ole Smoky Candy Kitchen - Gatlinburg
With a variety of more than fifty handcrafted chocolates, Ole Smoky has given Gatlinburg a true diamond in the rough. Both locals AND tourists rave about it!
2) Sweet Noshings - Memphis
Looking for variety? Sweet Noshings has you covered. With an old school look and a huge inventory, you're looking at a pretty solid sugar rush.
1) GooGoo Shop - Nashville
Did you know that Tennessee introduced the world to the first combination candy bar? Yep. The Goo Goo Cluster. You can visit their storefront in downtown Nashville, PLUS get a free sample. Score!
Which place is your favorite? Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below!