Please note we will be closed for Sat, Sun & Mon. for the Memorial Day Weekend
THERE WILL BE NO PICKUPS DURING THIS TIME
You are still able to get our gourmet chocolates!
Currently, I am offering curbside pickup as well as shipping nationwide.
Call in order • Order Online • Facebook Message Order • Email an Order
11-3 Tuesday - Saturday
I can take your order and payment information over the phone and put your order together, process your payment and bring your order right to your car, curbside, in our parking spot on Green Street or in one of the three parking spaces directly out in front of our store on Main Street.
Please note that only I will be in the store as I have asked our staff to stay home and stay healthy so please be patient as I try to help each of our customers.
Sincerely, Craig Burkinshaw Owner/Operator
Multiple ways to order and pick up the order or have it shipped
Order Online & Choose our Pick Up OPtion
Order hand made confections & chocolates online. Have it shipped or choose the "Pick Up" option and we will have it ready for you curbside.
View our Catalog of Chocolates & Truffles
Download or view the catalog of our hand made Chocolates & Truffles. Call or order online for your gourmet confections.
Build a box of chocolates/truffles
Use our online order form to view our gourmet chocolates & truffles. Make your selections & submit your order. We'll call with a total & set up a curb side pick-up.
Order Gourmet Novelty Candies for Pickup
Order: Non Pariels, Chocolate Covered Pretzels, Peanut Butter Cups, Candy Bars, Chocolate Pizza, Foil Covered Milk Chocolates, Gummies, Rock Candy Sticks, Malted Milk Bals, Chocolate Pops & Chocolate Marshmallow Pops for "Pick Up".
The Chocolate Truffle, your source for hand made chocolates
A Fourth Generation Gourmet Confectioner
Craig is a fourth generation confectioner who grew up in the candy business. He takes great pride in the products that he creates. Refusing to use inferior ingredients and only using the finest chocolate that he can obtain. He crafts many of the batches from classic recipes and chooses to do it the old fashioned way often using equipment that predates the 1920’s. “Candy making is becoming a lost art and I hope to continue the tradition. There really aren’t any schools for making candy and most of the knowledge is handed down from one generation to the next."
"Confectionery is very labor intensive work and many generations have not carried on the tradition and unfortunately many of the once great confectioners have faded away over time.” His passion for the work can be seen in many of the intricate pieces he creates each day.
In our candy kitchen its truly a family affair, my girls help make confections especially during the holidays. Our favorite confection to create together would be Candy Canes for Christmas. My daughters both started helping me when they were just four years old. Its a candy that is made entirely by hand, so several hands are needed. Even today the weekend we make Candy Canes is by far my favorite time of the year. Having both my girls and wife along side me, making candy all day - It doesn't get any better than that!