At first, the Aztecs punished their enemies by pouring hot chocolate down their throats, until the proud warriors found out their foes actually liked it and promptly switched to molten gold. Relive the pleasure of those lucky few conquistadors with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of homemade chocolates, fudge, ice cream, caramel corn and more at Kilwin’s, located on historic Lake Avenue in Lake Worth.
Kilwin’s chocolate and ice cream specialty shop soothes sweet teeth of all ages with a sumptuous assortment of homemade confections. Sample from the 13 flavors of deliciously dense fudge ($8 per half lb. slice) such as triple chocolate caramel, maple walnut, double dark chocolate, and toasted coconut; all of which are poured, cooled, and paddled to perfection in-house daily. Test the strength of your choppers with Kilwin’s fresh batches of peanut brittle ($9.95), caramel apples ($4.75–$7.25), and crunchy peanut caramel corn ($9.95) plucked straight from old-fashioned copper kettles. Or, acclimate tepid taste buds to the frigid Florida winters with Kilwin’s roster of 40 ice cream flavors, available in sugar ($3.99), cake ($3.99), or waffle cones ($5). Kilwin’s is always cooking up munchable morsels, making it easy to sate a candy craving with fresh treats and finally putting an end to the Easter Bunny’s tyrannical reign.
In 1947, Don Kilwin struck upon the perfect method for making candies and chocolates—and when you discover perfection, you don't abandon it. That's why almost 70 years later, the chefs at their dozens and dozens of locations across the country still use old-fashioned copper kettles, marble slabs, and Howdy Doody puppets. And guests can see the proof of that: the glass-walled kitchens afford a clear view of the delectable goings-on as the dreamweavers conjure cashew brittle, caramel apples, fudge, and 40 flavors of ice cream. A steaming mug of coffee, hot chocolate, or cider pairs perfectly with these sweet treats.
512 Lake Ave.
Lake Worth, Florida 33460Get Directions