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Hey Locals & Travelers!

Our little brick+mortar Factory Shop

Is Open for our Next Pop Up

FRIDAY AUGUST 12 FROM 10AM-4PM

 

 

Little shop in an industrial building, door is open and you can see a case with chocolate bonbons, a table outside the door with coffee service, and warm string lights inside.

On other days we are getting fresh, delicious, savory confections out to all of you chocolate lovers in these ways:

• We ship orders placed online throughout the U.S. Go to our SHOP page for more info.

• For locals we have pre-order no-contact pickups outside our Factory Shop at the Cotton Mill. Order online and we will contact you when your chocolates are ready to pick up with more instructions. If you wish to pick up on a weekend, order no later than Friday morning before noon so we have time to put your order together and arrange to have it placed on the table outside our door. 

• Great news >> Locals can find our stuff at the Brattleboro Food Co-op, Rebop Farm , Wild Carrot Farm and here. Pick up fresh produce and other groceries and get our chocolates! 

Everything is subject to change, as are so many things right now. Check our social media outlets, shipping info in the menu at the bottom of the page, and our online shop for the latest info as we navigate these times.

And as always, stay safe, be well, look out for each other, and THANK YOU for all of your support!


Our Factory Shop & No-Contact Pick Up Location*

Our Factory Shop is located in an early 20th Century Mill building which can be a bit confusing to navigate, as many historical mill buildings are. Scroll down for the easiest directions to find us.

We will email you once your online pickup order is ready, and you will find it in a bag on a table outside our shop with your name clearly written on it.

Thank you so much for supporting small, handmade, women-led businesses during these trying times! Your orders, feedback and purchases in shops help keep us doing what we love best, making one-of-a-kind confections for you to enjoy, gift and share!

*the times they keep a-changin’, so keep an eye on our Facebook page for announcements if this changes according to federal, state and CDC regulations

Directions

We are located in Unit 124A on the first floor in the Cotton Mill building in Brattleboro, Vermont, just below the Vermont Jazz Center.

Pull in to the Cotton Mill Building & go right into the large parking lot on the south side of the building (right hand side if you are facing the building). Parking is FREE! Enter the building at the doors that say Loading Dock Entrance. We are just off that main hallway to the left  – look for our signs!

Scroll down for photos that show you how to find us in the building.

From I-91, Traveling North:

  • Take the US-5 / Exit 1 / Brattleboro
  • Turn Right onto US-5 / Canal St
  • Travel 0.5 mile and turn Right onto Fairground Rd
  • Travel 0.1 mile, make a Slight Left onto South Main St
  • Travel 0.2 mile, and make a downhill Right onto Cotton Mill Hill.

From I-91, Traveling South:

  • Take the US-5 / Exit 1 / Brattleboro
  • Turn Left onto US-5 / Canal St
  • Travel 0.5 mile and turn Right onto Fairground Rd
  • Travel 0.1 mile, make a Slight Left onto South Main St
  • Travel 0.2 mile, and make a downhill Right onto Cotton Mill Hill.

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Park in the big parking lot on the right hand side of the Cotton Mill building as you enter
Use the loading dock entrance and go straight through the double black doors into the hallway
How to get in the ADA entrance. This entrance is just off the parking lot, next to a handicap parking spot
Through the double black doors off leading dock and into the hallway

Your order will be on the table in a bag with your name written on it. Please note that during hot spells your order may be in a cooler on the table. Call us at (802) 257-5806 if you have any problems picking up your order.

Thank you!






You can also find our chocolates in these fine food stores, or in our online shop.

Explore all of Vermont’s amazing chocolatiers on the Vermont Chocolate Trail! Check out the Vermont tourism website for a map of a wide range of fellow chocolatiers practicing their delicious craft in the Green Mountains!