One of the many places you can choose to indulge while wandering
“Every night, there’s a line out our door and lining the street,” said Tiffany Parsons, manager at
The top-selling fudge is called “Tiger Butter,” made with peanut butter, chocolate and vanilla all swirled to perfection. And if you’re in the mood for a frozen treat,
“We have something for everyone,” Parsons said. “We love to experiment with flavors, so our inventory is constantly changing. I just introduced watermelon and Kahlua fudge — they’re delicious. And I’m hoping to make a red velvet frozen yogurt in the fall. We want to keep it exciting and keep people coming back for more.”
And they do come back — everyday. Maybe it’s the fudge, maybe it’s the ice cream, or maybe, Parsons said, it’s her incredible staff.
“We are all just excited to come to work everyday,” she said. “When people come in our shop, we want them to feel welcome. We love getting to know the tourists and hearing where they’re from — and seeing their reactions when they taste our fudge is priceless.”
Parsons said a visitor recently bought 9-pounds of fudge, claiming it was the best he’d ever tasted. And as the master chef behind the fudge, she was ecstatic.
“I’ve never been a baker,” Parsons said. “But after I started here and learned to make the fudge, I started experimenting and creating these new delicious recipes and now I love it. And it makes me so happy to see our customers loving it as well.”