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Ye Olde Pepper Company, Salem
(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • So My husband and I saw a line out the door for this place, and I have to admit, we were pretty much fooled into coming here because of that. Now, candies are not really our thing. Not that we dislike...  more »
  • The fact that I remember this place still almost 3 months later says it all. Great confectionary and loved the location. We were waiting on our trolley pick up and decided to check this place out. Gre...  more »
  • Okay, it's Salem so I had to use a witch reference. Salem, however, is far more than just witches. It is a charming seaside village with much history and many hidden gems, including Ye Olde Pepper Com...  more »
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  • This quaint little shop is right across the street from the House of Seven Gables exhibit in Salem and takes you back to a time when confectioneries were less mass produced. It's a little on the small side so it is not easy to maneuver around the shop when there's a dozen or more people in there, but it does give you time to look closely over everything. I picked up some assorted chocolates and a licorice pipe, while my kids purchased root beer barrels, string licorice, and some chocolates shaped like seashells. You are going to pay a premium for these delights but it's worth it when you take that first bite.
  • Like others have said, it's a small, quaint shop that can only fit perhaps ten people. But, they offer quite a nice variety of sweets. They no longer make their candy on premises. They make their candy at a larger location on another town.
  • My favorite candy shop since i was a child.
  • What a grand selection of homemade candies from America's oldest candy store! The smell once you walk in the door hearkens back to a much simpler time when you would run down to the corner with a dime for a treat. The prices, unfortunately, have increased, but their selection is second to none. Try the Gibralters, the classic candy confection that made Ye Olde Pepper Company famous.
  • Really tasty sweets!