OK — you're gonna buy the cheapest bulk candy you can find to hand out to the kiddies this year. We understand.
But when it comes to the candy in which you actually want to indulge, you want something a little more gourmet and sophisticated. We understand.
While stopping through Extraordinary Ingredients last week, I was introduced to (but did not yet try) these pretty goodies:
They're high-end handmade candies made in Denver by Hammond's, a company that's been around since 1920.
If you're looking for something that might last longer than one sitting, you could always go with these other options:
Among other local sugar stops, you may want to consider visiting Couture Cupcake Company, Sweet Daphne Confections or Chef Sugar's Cakes and Confections. Diabetics can find alternative sweet options at the Sugar Stop.
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