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Candy companies like this were plentiful 50-100 years ago. Consider this a blessing that a candy shop such as this is still in business and by all means GO AND BUY Handmade CANDY so they can remain in operation for another 100 years.
I went to Muth's to find candy for a candy table for my mothers 80th birthday celebration. Unfortunately they did not have the kind of candy I was looking for, I did find some salt water taffy in the blue color I was looking for...More
While they do sell some other types of candies, chocolates are their specialty. If you are in the area, stop by and get a pound for your trip. They seemed to be famous for their bourbon balls and I found out why. The chocolate was...More
The candies are so delicious. We had dark chocolate coffee beans, dark chocolate mints, milk chocolate fudge creams, and the bourbon chocolates, they all were delicious. Service was also great, this is a must stop for anyone visiting Louisville.
This historic candy and chocolate store started back in 1920’s and has great bourbon balls and chocolate at low prices. The counter person Frances and the owner were nice and offered us plenty of samples.
* Muth’s boubon balls are very good. They provide a...More
Walked in yesterday-. Looked around. This appeared to be an “old fashioned” candy store. I really wanted to try the carmel covered marshmallows-.
We heard employees in the back-. There was another couple in the same time we were -. We stood there a few...More
I love our local candy shops like Muth's. The people there are super friendly and the candy is first rate. Today I bought some chocolate Halloween candy in the shapes of jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, and witches for family members. Who can argue with the appeal of...More
I had a long list of candies that I wanted to buy from here, but by the time I arrived in the mid afternoon, most items were long gone. I mainly came here for the Modjeskas, but their bourbon barrels stole the show.