A new dessert shop opening this December will fill your world with chocolate and candy

Here's an early welcome party for Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory! Is your sweet tooth ready?


(SPOT.ph) Your sweet tooth is probably tingling. You yourself don't know it yet, but it can definitely tell that something big is coming. That's Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, a dessert shop from Colorado, U.S.A., that seems intent on covering the entire world with chocolate and candy. It's coming to Manila with an intended opening date in December. Christmas has never looked sweeter.


Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory began in 1981 when Frank Crail and his family moved from Southern California to the Centennial State. He studied the area for potential business opportunities and came to this conclusion: either "a car wash or a chocolate shop." Mr. Crail opted for the latter. Soon, his little chocolate shop on Main Street grew to a 53,000-square foot factory to finally, a worldwide chocolatey sensation.


Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is famous for its mouthwatering chocolate window displays, as well as live demonstrations of their candymakers and chocolatiers making decadent treats. 




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Just some of the things to look forward to: 300 types of premium chocolates, numerous varieties of caramel apples (some outlets sell over 30 kinds)—made fresh daily, fresh fudge, chocolate-covered everything (from fruits to cheesecake), the Bear (a trademarked caramel, roasted nuts, and chocolate masterpiece), the Bucket (an oversized peanut butter cup), and gift-friendly sweet packages. The Philippine franchise will also carry specialty beverages



Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Philippines is the first outlet in Southeast Asia. It will open its first store at UP Town Center, Quezon City.

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