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Enjoy Chocolate Treats at the Candy Shops Around Mobile

When you have a taste for chocolate, several shops around Mobile have you covered. They offer everything from turtles to peanut butter cups. The candy shops near our University of South Alabama housing include:

Tanner's Pecans & Candies 

When B.C. Tanner, Jr. decided to open a shop specializing in pecan candies and baked goods, Tanner's Pecans & Candies opened its doors. Today, the store is owned by Josh and Kathryn Ray. The couple has approximately ten years of experience in the pecan industry and takes great pride in serving high-quality products. Chocolate offerings include heavenly fudge, dark chocolate pecans, and milk chocolate pecan clusters. Shop online, and your order will arrive at your door. 

Three Georges Fine Southern Chocolates 

Three Georges Fine Southern Chocolates has been a Mobile favorite for more than a century. It was founded in 1917 by three friends named George. Their mission was to combine a candy store with a soda fountain and sandwich shop. Today, the candy makers carry on their tradition of creating fine confections. Chocolate offerings include George's Heavenly Hash, malted balls, and chocolate pecan turtles. Place an order at the store or save time by ordering over the phone. 

Fairhope Chocolate 

After graduating from culinary and pastry school, Chef Jule opened Fairhope Chocolate to share her love of this sweet treat. She has tasted gourmet chocolate around the world, and now enjoys bringing her tasty creations to the Fairhope community. Chef Jule creates her treats in copper pots and cooks them in small batches over an open flame. Offerings include truffles, chocolate bark, and peanut butter cups. Enjoy your chocolate with a caramel latte or a white chocolate mocha. 

Before sampling some chocolates, meet friends for lunch at a Mobile restaurant. Finally, to call our apartments near the University of South Alabama home, please contact us. We will offer a tour where you can discover Traditions at South firsthand. 

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