According to a recent survey, people have listed chocolate as their preferred cause of death, followed closely by money avalanche. Get one foot in the tastiest grave with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $8 for 1 pound of fudge (a $15.95 value)
- $16 for 2 pounds of fudge (a $31.90 value)
- $24 for 3 pounds of fudge (a $47.85 value)
Housemade fudge in flavors such as sea-salt caramel, chocolate peanut butter, and peppermint stick.
The candy kitchen's massive copper kettle predating World War II is certainly an eye catcher, but the nostalgic sights and smells of candy filling rows of white shelves is what overwhelms most people when they step inside Kilwins Chocolates. For more than two generations, the original recipes of founders Don and Katy Kilwin have been used to handcraft more than 75 confections such as chocolates, caramels, and specialty fudge. Aside from some newer equipment, head candy cook Bill Hoffman and his team still abide by Don’s candy-making methods and use original equipment when possible. Inside the old-fashioned candy shop, a burnished copper-kettle-fire mixer fashions each piece of peanut brittle, a cold room solidifies almond-toffee crunch, and a manatee that swallowed a freezer still makes every sea-foam candy. In addition to candy, Kilwins has created more than 32 flavors of original-recipe ice cream since 1985 with farm-fresh rBHT-free milk and cream from Michigan farms.
“Kilwins is fantastic & their customer service is excellent!”
“Nice local shop. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. GREAT fudge, but not much of a selection.”
“Great variety of delicious chocolates and other sweets. Store is extremely clean, beautiful presentation of merchandise, friendly, courteous services. I would go...”
“Great variety of delicious chocolates and other sweets. Store is extremely clean, beautiful presentation of merchandise, friendly, courteous services. I would go back over and over again for their high quality merchandise. Great new addition to Babylon.”
130 Deer Park Avenue
Babylon, NY 11702