Eating mass-produced, store-bought candy can fill your body with all sorts of gross contaminants, like artificial preservatives, or even worse, Raisinets. Indulge your sweet tooth with less risky, homemade confectionery: Fahrenheit Candy.
From a CC-alum who bachelored in art history before deciding to do something useful like make candy, Fahrenheit handcrafts both "traditional and unusual" sweets (using only all natural and organic ingredients) in an undisclosed home that's not technically "licensed", but only because of the shady back-room dealings of Big Dental. The highlight is their handcut caramels, made the old fashioned way by heating up sugar until it begins to scorch, and then overloading the mix with butter, cream, and sea salt before it's rolled into Â½ lb packages (about 3 dozen pieces) in flavors like original, lavender & wildflower honey, and olive oil & oranges -- also what AC Milan players' moms bring them at halftime. Slightly odder stuff includes vanilla bean/ orange essence/ rose petal sugarcubes (which they note will also go far in coffee or tea), and gumdrops available with a by-request level of sourness, and flavored with all-natural extracts (raspberry, lemon-ginger, or lime) from a local spice shop, because it's only responsible to watch local scrambled smut.
Ever sugar pushing, Fahrenheit's currently working on more cinnamon and marshmallow "winter" flavors, and is happy to custom-mix a combo box for "special gifts or party favors", something you could also grant a shindig by not bringing any Goobers.
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