Although kids are usually the ones trick-or-treating, that doesn’t mean the grown-ups can’t get in on the fun. Trick or treat yo’ self to some of the 608’s best candy makers + sink your teeth into these eerie-sistable sweets.
🍫 Infusion Chocolates | 2503 Monroe St.
Find more than 30 handcrafted chocolate concoctions made with Fair Direct Sustainable cocoa. Flavor infusions like honey lavender + pomegranate malbec make this a uniquely sweet spot. Pro tip: Craft an edible arrangement for someone special using Infusion’s flower pops.
🍫 Gail Ambrosius | 2083 Atwood Ave.
Taste a true labor of love in Wisconsinite Gail Ambrosius’ specialty chocolates, truffles, and caramels. Must-try: The tea-inspired truffle collection.
🍫 Madison Chocolate Company | 729 Glenway St.
An independent, woman-owned chocolate shop and café serving an array of sweets such as hand-made truffles + candied lemon peels. Pro tip: These local goodies make for great gifts, and Madison Chocolate Co. offers shipping.
🍫 CocoVaa Chocolatier | 1815 E. Washington Ave.
With international acclaim and the awards to prove it, this black, women-owned chocolatier offers ethically sourced, artisanal treats. Try one of nearly 40 flavors that rotate with seasonal ingredients, each with its own story.
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