Frequently asked questions

Do we make everything here?

Yes! Everything that you are viewing on this webpage ishandmade or produced in house

Which creams are considered butter creams?

All creams except the Peanut Butter Cream areconsidered to be a traditional butter cream.Some misconception is that a vanilla butter cream isthe only true butter cream which is not true.

Are there preservatives in our candy?

We do not add any preservatives to our candy.

What is your signature piece of candy?

The coconut cream was the first candy that was made by us.

Is there dye in the candy?

No, we do not add any dyes to our products.

Which piece is the most popular?

Peanut Butter Meltaways! But followed closely by CherryCordials, Coconut Creams, and Almond Butter Toffee to name just a few.

Why is it called white chocolate if it isn’t really chocolate?

Some white chocolates areconsidered a candy coating being mostly made up of sugar and milk. Our white chocolateactually has cocoa butter as one of the main ingredients so we do consider it to be a whitechocolate vs a candy coating.

What is the percentage of our dark chocolate?

51%, it is considered to be a semi-sweet darkchocolate.

How long does it take to make a batch of creams?

To cook and roll an entire batch of creams, itwould take oneperson roughly 4 hours to complete. After they are cut and rolled, they cannotbe dipped in chocolate until the following day which could take one person about 3 more hours

How many pounds of candy do we get from a batch of creams?

Roughly 30-40 poundsof candycould be made from one batch of creams like vanilla, peppermint, or a fruit flavor. A cream likecoconut, pb, or a nut cream would make more due to the additional ingredients.