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“90 years of Mile High candy!”
Over the past 90 years, the "Mile High" city of Denver, Colorado, has seen a number of fine chocolate and candy manufacturers come and go, but one special company is still very much in business. On his first day of high school, a young man named Carl Hammond returned home and announced that he didn’t need any more education. “Fine,” his mother replied, “but you’re not going to lie around the house. Go get a job.” And that’s just what Carl Hammond did; he got a job…as an apprentice in a candy factory.
We took the troop for the free tour and they seemed to love it. There wasn't a lot going on because it's the slow season but they were still making candy they could watch. Trying to corral 1... Read more
Food, sweet. Service - average Ambiance, stuffy at times. Although knowledgeable. Nostalgic vibes! Read more
I took my daughter's Girl Scout troop for a tour here and the girls loved it. The tour starts with a video that was entertaining for a bunch of first graders, which is saying a lot. Afterwards you... Read more
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