|Just a sample of the sweet treats inside the candy shop|
We actually passed the sign of the shop during our first stroll in the city, but we just ignored it. Now why would we notice it in our next visit? Because there was a little boy who was bawling his eyes out just outside the candy store. His parents could not control his tantrum and he seemed to not want to leave the area, insisting on going back inside.
|The only sign outside that informs the public about the amazing candy store|
|People waiting outside the candy store|
And going inside, we were not disappointed. The store is full with all kinds of sweets that just looking at them, I could already hear the dentists calling :-) Despite the crowd, there's enough room to move around. I guess it's because the crowd is concentrated on the areas where the candies are located.
|Go for it, girls!|
|More packed candies on shelves|
|See, more candies!|
How about the tastes? Well, they are sweet! My girls love those soft candies covered with chocolates, and of couse, the gummi bears. I don't know how the lollipops tasted but I saw kids outside seeming to enjoy them.
The candy store offers special group tours, too. If you are lucky, you could see the workers preparing the candies right in front of you.
Going back to that crying little boy? The parents finished their candy shopping and left with a happy little boy. I am also glad to report that the staff simply ignored the little boy's noise, concentrating on serving the crowd of costumers. Everything went smoothly, and sweetly (I just have to add that!). Could be because they have been witnessing such tantrums?
It is open from:
Monday from 11 am to 6 pm (No candy-making demonstrations)
Tuesday to Friday from 11 am to 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
P.S. I am also happy that we missed the shop during our first visit because a month after visiting the shop? There are still enough candies to share with friends.