Midwest Living Review
Nirvana for visitors with a sweet tooth, Custer County Candy Company has the goods to satisfy everyone's cravings in an old-time candy store atmosphere. The vast inventory takes in Pop Rocks, gummy tarantulas, huckleberry ice cream, hot coffee drinks, jelly beans, 15 kinds of fudge, and licorice in every imaginable shape and flavor.
The real draw, though, is the chocolate. In all flavors and forms, it dominates the attractive display cases. Plan to spend some time perusing more than two dozen sugar-free selections, 22 kinds of truffles and many traditional chocolate candy variations. You might find frogs (filled with Craisins and cashews), chocolate-covered potato chips and sunflower seeds, black walnut clusters, crunchy toffee and creamy mints. Our pick? The huge macadamia nut turtles that perfectly merge crunchy, salty nuts with chewy, buttery caramel and a sweet chocolate finish.
Free samples let you try before you buy.