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Best Chocolate Makers

Best Chocolate Makers
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Who are the top chocolate makers in New England? Annie B. Copps, took on the sweet task of finding New England’s top chocolatiers and here are her favorites.

Want more? Who doesn’t! Click here for more delicious chocolate shops in New England. Also scan through the readers’ comments following the list for more sweet suggestions. Seems everyone has a sweet tooth!

Updated Monday, December 29th, 2008

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2 Responses to Best Chocolate Makers

  1. Andrea Dinneen September 5, 2011 at 7:47 pm #

    I found this segment very interesting since my family is in the chocolate business. We have been in business for over 75 years. We are a family business in it’s third generation. Honestly, I am quite surprised that we were not considered for this article since our chocolates are all handmade. We were in your magazine back in 1995 for our homemade Candy Canes and we were also on Chronicles Channel 5. Our store is called Priscilla Candy Shop and we have 2 locations. The manufacturing and main retail store is in Gardner, MA with a second retail store in Concord, MA. We are famous for our “French Roll”….a creamy chocolate fudge, dipped in Milk chocolate and rolled in crushed cashews. By the way, it happened to be a mistake which turned out to be our most popular item in the store! We also have soft, buttery caramels, almond/cashew/pecan croquettes (aka turtles) and delicious almond buttercrunch (aka toffee)….just to name a few favorites.

    Our chocolate is mouth watering!!! Come visit and see for yourself!

    Thank You for the article!
    Andrea T Dinneen

    P.S. My parents have been giving me and my three sisters a subscription to Yankee Magazine for Christmas for the past several years and we ALL enjoy reading it!!!

  2. Nancy Abdalla December 28, 2011 at 10:36 pm #

    I have to agree with Andrea. I went to Priscilla Candy on a business call several years ago and tried their famous “French Roll.” I can still remember that candy, it was so delicious and fresh. I remember wishing that I hadn’t tried it since I live in RI and it’s quite the drive to Gardner MA for a piece of candy. I’m afraid if I order it, I’ll eat it all in a matter of days!

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