Flynn makes wonderful chocolates. He's among the best chocolatiers
I've visited. "This profession makes people happy,"
he says, and prides Crossing Confections certainly does its
job. The caramels, in various forms, are simply great.
Prides Crossing Confections has been named The Best of the
Best Chocolatiers in the Boston Food Lover by Lisë
voted best Chocolatier
This confectioner, which started as the tiny store along Route
127, is the source for delicious chocolates, made on the premises.
The barks are great, the jellies fruity, the fudge creamy.
Best of all is the caramel, which appears in pecan turtles
with almonds, or by itself.
Inside the tiny building, smells of the chocolate and caramelizing
sugar fill the air. Cases are overflowing with Flynn's tantalizing
creations; he is often behind the counter dipping chocolates.
Everything is done by hand, and the chocolates are big, bold,
and bursting with flavor, from creamy fudge and fruity jellies
to luscious, buttery caramel. A visit here is definitely worth