That Mississippi mud is fantastic! I only purchased one piece, I should have purchased more! My husband loved the coconut praline mad fresh and still warm!
There is so much more here than just pralines! The pralines are good but I think there are a lot of tastier options. Our fave was the white chocolate Cajun bark with macadamia nuts; just the right amount of spice gives it some pizzazz. If you are not sure, you can sample this and a dozen other items & the... 更多
Established in 1913, Laura's is the oldest candy shop in New Orleans. There are two locations in the French Quarter (the 2nd one is on Decatur) but the one on Chartres Street is the original. As you pass by the shop, you can smell the sweet confections being made inside, making it hard to resist stopping in. A candy maker... 更多
we were walking around in the French Quarter and we passed by a few praline shops. When we walked passed this one, the smells were so yummy I just had to go inside! there was a new guy training to make pralines, so it was fun so just stand there and watch for a while! There is so much candy... 更多
Laura's Candies are tasty, but a bit over priced for pralines and candies. There are far tastier and better options around. Trust me, praline shops galore in New Orleans!
I tried many pralines in the quarter and these were the best. I bought maple, chocolate and regular and they were all good. The texture was perfect. Note: I asked them how long they keep and they said 5 days. I notice that Southern Candymakers says 2-3 weeks. I think 5 days is more accurate - They are still edible... 更多