Connecticut’s Chocolate Trail

Connecticut’s Chocolate Trail

Mmmmm… Chocolate

Connecticut may be small, but it has one thing that most states don’t:  a chocolate trail. You can indulge your sweet tooth from one end of the state to the other, visiting independent chocolatiers with uniquely tempting treats.

Connecticut Chocolate Trail

Connecticut Chocolate Trail

The stores on the chocolate trail are:

  1. Bridgewater Chocolate Factory & Factory Store in Brookfield and/or West Hartford.
  2. Chocolate Rain Shop in Norwalk. UPDATE 4/10/2017 This shop is now closed.
  3. Deborah Ann’s Sweet Shop in Ridgefield.
  4. Divine Treasures in Manchester (they even offer vegan and gluten free chocolates)
  5. Fascia’s Chocolates in Waterbury.
  6. Grandma Josie’s in Monroe. UPDATE 1/18/2018 This shop is now closed.
  7. Hillside Sweet Shoppe in East Haddam.
  8. Knipschildt Chocolatier/Cafe Chocopologie in Norwalk.
  9. Le Rouge Chocolates & Cakes by Aarti in Westport.
  10. Munson’s Chocolates in Bolton.
  11. Thompson Chocolates in Meriden.
  12. Thorncrest Farm & Milk House Chocolates in Goshen.
  13. Truffle Shots in Essex.
  14. Tschudin Chocolates & Confections in Middletown.

Is visiting fourteen chocolate stores excessive?  Who am I to say?  I’m in the 12 Step Program for Chocoholics:

connecticut chocolate trail

For more information on the Connecticut Chocolate Trail, visit the CT tourism site here.

One Reply to “Connecticut’s Chocolate Trail”

  1. Huh. I live in CT and haven’t ever heard of this. Sounds delicious though, I’ll be adding all 14 stores to my to-do list 😊😊

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