If you have a sweet tooth, there are plenty of tempting candy shops in Indiana to satisfy your cravings. From classic fudge and toffee truffles to gourmet chocolates, there is something for everyone!
You can’t go wrong with a visit to Schimpff’s Confectionery in Jeffersonville, which has been cooking up sweet treats and their signature red hots since 1891. Their tantalizing smell wafts up from their storefront kitchen to the street, attracting customers like bees to honey.
Veni’s Sweet Shop
Veni’s Sweet Shop is a family-owned and operated candy store in the same building that opened over 150 years ago. They carry a wide selection of handmade chocolates, fudge, caramels, popcorn, and assorted candies.
They also offer a variety of treats for Easter, including bunny chocolates, ice cream, and caramel apples. The staff at Veni’s is ready to help you find the perfect gift for your loved one this holiday season.
For the past 40 years, Veni’s Sweet Shop has been handcrafting in-store cooked candy canes using a slow cooker and a wood oven. General manager Linda Skwarcan and store associate Sandy Bennitt begin making these special treats early after Halloween. The Niles Main Street Downtown Development Authority captured a video of their laborious process and shared it on Facebook to encourage more customers to come to the store. These in-store candy canes are made from scratch without any preservatives or waxes and come in 14 different flavors.
DeBrand Fine Chocolates
DeBrand Fine Chocolates is a confectionery shop that guarantees you a perfect ice cream sundae, gelato, and chocolate custard. In addition, this confectionary restaurant is known for its friendly service and democratic prices. Besides its tasty chocolates, this place serves other desserts like fudge and marshmallows.
The central premise behind this company’s creation is its steadfast commitment to excellence in all aspects of the business. Only the highest quality ingredients, including imported European chocolate and fresh local ingredients worldwide, are used. They are then carefully crafted into various centers, from rich caramels to decadent ganaches to fresh cremes and truffles to brittles and smooth creams. These are all beautifully packaged and presented in retail stores that deliver first-class ambiance and outstanding customer service centered on “The Golden Rule”—no matter the product or the price tag. The best part is that you can experience this at a DeBrand Fine Chocolates store near you!
Abbott’s has made homemade caramels, chocolates, and other confections since 1890. The company was founded by William Clay Abbott, a native of Hagerstown who started the business as a sideline to his restaurant.
After several successful years, he put his restaurant and ice cream shop on hold and focused solely on candy making. He kept his classic recipe intact, and generations of families have continued it.
Jay and Lynn Noel 2012 purchased the company and continue to keep the traditional handmade caramels and chocolates a sweet tradition for generations to come. The large pink and white building that houses the factory is a favorite stop for kids who love to watch the candy being made.
They also offer custom confectionary creations like pralines and a brittle peanut fudge hybrid called a “Frittle.” Newfangled Confections is a fun addition to the local candy scene that will satisfy even the most discriminating palate.
Albanese Confectionery Group
Albanese Confectionery Group is a family-owned business that makes the World’s Best Gummies, chocolates, and freshly roasted nutmeats. The company also offers bulk candy, nostalgic candy, and other sweet treats.
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