Below is a list of the top and leading Chocolate Shops in Indianapolis. To help you find the best Chocolate Shops located near you in Indianapolis, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Indianapolis’ Best Chocolate Shops:
The top rated Chocolate Shops in Indianapolis are:
- Abbott’s Candies – is using the same classical recipes since 1890
- DeBrand Fine Chocolates – ships all over the world
- Litterally Divine Chocolates – using only the finest ingredients
- Schakolad Chocolate Factory – has been a chocolate maker since 1969
- Sweet Things Chocolates – offers free gift-wrapping
Abbott’s Candies is a candy shop based in Indiana and offers to craft handmade caramels and chocolates using the same classical recipes since 1890. Abbott’s Candies focus on quality, customization, and specializing in an artisan taste. Abbott’s Candies has always been a family-owned and operated business and they treat each customer as if they are part of the family.
Plain Caramels, Assorted Caramels, Sea Salt Caramels, Nut caramels, Hagerstown Special, Toffee, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Creams Assortment, Milk Chocolate Assortment
“Wow! Amazing treats. Their specialty is homemade caramel. It is the most delicious sweet treat I’ve ever tasted. Highly recommend.” – AC
DeBrand Fine Chocolates
DeBrand Fine Chocolates employs nearly 100 people with four retail shops in Fort Wayne, one in Indianapolis, and a mail-order department that ships all over the world. The highest quality ingredients are used as a foundation for their art, from imported Belgian, Swiss, and other chocolates to fresh local ingredients and inclusions from all over the globe.
Each product is carefully and beautifully packaged and presented in retail stores that deliver first-class ambiance and outstanding customer service centered on “The Golden Rule”. The name “DeBrand” is from the combination of the French prefix “De”, means “from”, and from the owner’s last name, “Brand”.
Classic Collection, Truffle Collection, Connoisseur Collection
“This place is amazing. As soon as you walk in you will be blown away by the design of the store it’s beautiful. We loved it before we even had the chocolate. The chocolate is amazing though and they offer many different flavors to choose from. This is luxury chocolate so it is more expensive but worth it. They also have ice cream and sundaes that are dipped in chocolate. It’s amazing. If you love chocolate this is a must stop.” – Steven S.
Litterally Divine Chocolates
Litterally Divine Chocolates is founded by Suzanne Litteral, a classically trained dancer who has an enthusiastic passion for high-quality chocolate. Suzanne started hand-crafting her confections in the mid-1990s, giving them as gifts to close friends and family. With these creations Suzanne now shares with you, She captures her deepest artistic expression, as though she is creating a full-scale ballet of chocolate bliss.
They handcraft their chocolates in small batches. They take great care in using only the finest ingredients and use organic ingredients whenever possible. As their local economy and culture are important to them, they also include locally made and grown ingredients whenever they can.
Indy Truffle, Barrel Mocha, Spicy Pink Pepper, Butterscotch Tea, Almond Toffee, Vegan Almond Toffee, Pink Salt Agave, Darkalicious, Sweetalicious
“Vegan chocolate sorbet was genuinely delicious—not at all watery or dull or soupy. Nice spread of teas and coffees. The flavors of their truffles are creative and tasteful (e.g., bourbon mocha, peanut butter cayenne, honey chevre, fig balsamic). Precious ambiance. Pleasant employee. 5/5.” – Bryophyte
Schakolad Chocolate Factory
Schakolad Chocolate Factory is a blend of “Schaked” and “Chocolate” – is a name related with three generations of chocolate making. Baruch Schaked, the co-founder of Schakolad, has been a chocolate maker since 1969. He started his career as a chocolatier in Argentina while working for his father-in-law, Gustavo Bar, who was the owner of one of South America`s largest chocolate factories.
The Schaked`s chocolate venture started when Baruch Schaked declared that he was selling his chocolate shop in South Florida in order to retire. His son, Edgar, determined to keep the family`s passion alive, scrapped his engineering career to continue the family heritage.
Assorted Chocolates, Chocolate Novelties, Sugar-Free/Low Carbs, Everyday Occasions, Corporate Gifts, Holidays
“Visited from out of town. Delicious. Loved the house-made chocolate, fresh marshmallow, & enormous, juicy chocolate covered strawberries. Will definitely make a point of visiting again.” – Kathy P.
Sweet Things Chocolates
Sweet Things Chocolates is a locally owned gourmet chocolate store with exceptional gift items, custom candy trays, and gift baskets. Free gift-wrapping is always available. The Sweet Things Chocolates make its candy on-site in their custom kitchen. They also offer many sugar-free and kosher options. Visit their store to check out a multitude of great products. They offer local deliveries and shipping options.
Chocolate Covered Pretzel Trays, Baskets, Everyday Gifts, Chocolates
“Friendly and helpful staff. A bright place with a ton of choices – a few standard brands, but mostly unique handmade pieces. Plenty of variety of chocolates and fun seasonal designs.” – Emily R.
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