I think the name of the store is now "True Treats" not "Cool Confectionaries." I'm so glad we went into this store. History and candy! The woman working there (I'm not sure if she was the owner or an employee) was very friendly and took time to explain the layout of the store and even gave us a little history... 更多
We stopped in here on Sunday and loved this place. Where else can you get a history lesson and candy all in one? The shop has a cozy feel to it and the lady running the shop was wonderful and friendly. We will make sure to come back to this store when we are in the area again. The Caramel... 更多
Wow, what can I say about this little awesome shop. It is small, but candy from all different time periods, some homemade. It's like walking into a candy museum, except you can eat the exhibits! The lady working was so nice and helpful, telling you about any of the candy. We bought a couple of things, yum. This is nice... 更多
I don't have a very big sweet tooth, but something made me want to pop into this quaint little shop and boy am I glad we did! This isn't just a candy shop... It's a historical timeline. Start with early pre-colonial treats like pomegranate seeds & roots & barks & tree gums, and work your way around the wall to... 更多
True treats was truly a step back in time seeing many candies I consumed in my youth that you rarely see today.It was great to get a little history lesson on the confectioneries of the 1700-1800's,such as the blackstrap molasses items.Shop set up very nicely and worth a stop.
Loved this little shop! It was so cool to see familiar candies from our youth and back to the early 1900’s. And all of them available for sale! It’s amazing to think they specialise in candy from the 1700 and 1800’s too! I see the name here is Cool Confectionaries but the store is actually called True Treats Candy. The... 更多
We loved this store. And Susan was a awesome lady. Enjoyed her the most. We bought two candy bags and made a game put of them on the way home . Still playing . We are calling it the candy game. But the kids are loving trying candies from 1700's and so forth.
This is an awesome candy store. It had all kinds of candy from the different periods (arranged by decades), e.g. 1950s-60s etc. Made me very nostalgic. Another reviewer mentioned high prices but I did not think it was super expensive. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
We had alot of fun visiting this shop. It was not your typical candy store but focused by era on the candy of a particular era. Susan was very informative and REALLY into the candy and the descriptions. Worth the visit.