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Southwest_Gaucho wrote a review Oct 2020
Santa Fe, New Mexico897 contributions180 helpful votes
Have been in better candy shops but considering this was in downtown Durango, it wasn't bad. Decent candy selection and open late in case you need something sweet for late night. Lots of PEZ options if you like PEZ.
Date of experience: October 2020
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ROGO2011 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cumming, Georgia11 contributions2 helpful votes
Fun store! My wife and I got a great selection of candy there today. So many childhood favorites! You have to try the chocolate truffles and the salted chocolate covered caramel (both handmade). We'll definitely be back on our next trip to Durango.
Date of experience: January 2020
Tomas L wrote a review Nov 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico155 contributions43 helpful votes
This place has so much candy to choose from, it would not be disappointing. I was impressed with the variety they had, and was so much fun going around the store to pick them up and make your own little bag! If you want your sugar rush this is your place lol!
Date of experience: November 2016
Anne S wrote a review Apr 2016
Glendale, California103 contributions34 helpful votes
I can hear you thinking, she wants sugar free in a candy factory, but other Fuzziwig's have sugar free. It smelled incredible, the smells associated with good chocolate and other treats. On the main street in downtown, three blocks from Hotel Del. Not good for evening, close early on weekdays around 7 p.m. …
Date of experience: March 2016
Sultana D wrote a review Jul 2015
Nederland, Texas355 contributions88 helpful votes
There is a shop in Vail, but now Durango has one! Think about the candy that you had as a child, you can find it here! Do you remember the wax bottles filled with syrup? They are here! I had the Chocolate Blueberry fudge-- delicious! I tasted the unique Blueberry Neopolitan fudge and the Orange Dream fudge. The Orang Dream tasted like a Dreamsicle.…
Date of experience: July 2015