Turkish delights, orange lollipops, bon bons, toffees, pear drops, scary fangs, kola bottles and marshmallows…A visit to a candy shop is likely to result in a sugar overdose. If you are not scared of that, a real-life Willy Wonka candy experience is waiting for you in one of the following sweet stores in Moscow.
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French Kiss, chain of sweet shops
Sweets from French Kiss has already won favors of many genuine chocolate lovers. Everyone who have tried French Kiss candy at least once, will never forget its finest flavor and aroma. It is also a wonderful gift as all the sweets come in beautifully decorated boxes in various shapes, colors and materials, designed individually.
French Kiss assortment boast highest quality dragees - delicious pieces of shaped chocolate and nuts coated in colourful crisp shells.
Red October Sweets Department
Red October is a giant confectionary plant producing more then 60 thousand tons of confectionery per year, that include hard-boiled sweets, candies, chocolate, toffee, cocoa powder, nuts, halffinished chocolate products. For many decades Chocolate Bottles with Liqueur, Brandied Cherries in Chocolate, Cream fondant with candied fruit and Cream soft toffees remained most anticipated treats for special occasions. Red October sweets and candies are distributed through all the major retail grocery stores across the country.
Evropeisky Trade Centre, Kievsky Railway Station Square
Booly Boom, Chain of candy shops
Booly Boom sells sweets for all occasions. It is one of the leaders at luxury confectionary market. The range of treats includes exclusive chocolate candies, jelly beans, lollipops, drops, gums and many more.
Volkonsky is one of the best places in Moscow to pop in for delicious home-made sweets. Nougat, toffees and marmalade are particularly good here. To get puree for Volkonsky marmalade, they only use fresh seasonal fruits and natural pectin.
If you’re captivated by the Thousand and One Nights tales and have a craving for real eastern sweets, then this is the place for you. Uzbekistan is the oldest restaurants with Asian cuisine in Moscow. Desserts here include Turkish delight, mahalbi, an apricot roulade, and baklava. All of them are authentic and available for take away.