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A nice place to drop in and have some Cedar Crest ice cream, my favorite. They also have cheese, of course, and various items to buy. There are tables and benches outside so you can enjoy the sights and your treats. It was busy the...More
We visited this place by chance. The little sign out front said free cider tastings. The owner provided our group with tasting of the 3 different ciders.
The place has aged cheeses, cheese spreads, fudge (that u can sample before purchasing), and they make there...More
While walking around the different variety shops in New Glarus we came to Maple Leaf. The two make employees were an absolute delight offering sample after sample of fudge cheese and even a ice cream flavor as my teen just couldn’t decide.
We arrived at opening and within a few minutes there were cheese samples. They were all very good especially the Horseradish Cheddar, Then there was the FUDGE! I tried a few kinds and bought dark chocolate with sea salt and an ameretto fudge. We also...More
Fantastic shop! Lots of cheeses to choose from and sample. We were asking about a cheese that they didn't have a sample of so they just got out a brick and cut some samples up for us. Lots of sausage and wines to choose from....More
While visiting New Glarus and walking around their downtown area, we were attracted to the "Chocolate Haus" sign, so we stopped in. The staff was helpful and friendly. We sampled both their homemade fudge and cheeses. They also sell a variety of wines and Swiss...More
No, but they will show you around and tell you about the cheese and chocolate. If you time it right you can see chocolate being made. You just ask. We were there early, soon after they opened and they were not busy so they... More
No, but they will show you around and tell you about the cheese and chocolate. If you time it right you can see chocolate being made. You just ask. We were there early, soon after they opened and they were not busy so they were able to tell us about the store and area.