August ’15

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Natural Colors and Flavorings

Since May, nearly all of our House-Made Chocolates, Ice Creams, and Toppings are free of artificial flavors and colors. We mix our colorings from a primary palette that derives from Spirulina Blue, Annatto Yellow, and Red Beet Juice – plants in the real world!

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Soda Jerk Pick of the Month

Neva picks “The Ole Razzle Dazzle” – Ginger Soda with a scoop of Raspberry Sorbet. The perfect companion on a hot August day.

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Franklin Freeze

Our August Franklin Freeze is the perfect blend of Mango Sorbet, Ginger Ice Cream, and Roman Punch to get you through the last leg of the Summer!

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We Salute our Fathers and Forefathers this Summer

Wertz Candies was founded in Lebanon, Pennsylvania in 1931 by Nora & William H. Wertz. A decade later, the founders’ son William Wertz went on to serve his country in the Pacific Theatre during World War II as a Navy man while family members kept shop. Today, Wertz is owned and operated by a 3rd generation of Wertz brothers who maintain the rich traditions of hand-made chocolates, caramel corn, and their world-famous Opera Fudge, a Lebanon tradition.

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Governor Rendell prefers Peach!

Last Friday, July 31st, ex-mayor and Governor Ed Rendell visited The Franklin Fountain with his family. As he waited patiently in long line, he proclaimed “Good Peach Ice Cream is sure hard to find,” and proceeded to order a cup of ours, made from local summer peaches. He was all smiles afterwards with owner Ryan Berley.

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Double Dip Mints

House-Made Double Dip Mints are back, and better than ever! Made with fresh mint from our rooftop garden, the creamy cooling center is balanced with both Wilbur’s Milk and Dark Chocolate.

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Candy Clerk Pick of the Month

Chrissy suggests Pistachio Fudge.
“Our House-Made Pistachio Fudge has a rich, nutty flavor that balances out the sweetness of the fudge, making it my favorite summertime treat!”

 

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Miss Saltwater Taffy but not the Drive to the Shore?

Shane Confectionery has your favorite nostalgic Summer treat! In both sticks and kisses, our assorted Salt Water Taffy will take you back to days of collecting seashells, and that soft beach breeze.
Available in our shop and online.

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Liberty Bell Bon Bons

After 150 years of Shane Confectionery creating countless candies, it is with great excitement to announce that we are now roasting and grinding our own chocolate!

Our new Liberty Bell Bonbons debut our 70% Dark House-Made Chocolate as a ganache center! Made from Peruvian cacao, our chocolate is rich and deep in flavor, with bright citrus notes. It’s the perfect gift for anyone who loves dark chocolate or Philadelphia.
Don’t live nearby? Our Bonbons are available to order online.

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Quick, Cold, and Delicious: Franklin Ice Cream at the Shane Café

Shane’s has single scoops of Franklin Ice Cream – in Vanilla, Chocolate, and the seasonally fresh Blueberry. In addition we have delectable Franklin Ice Cream Sandwiches.

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Franklin Ice Cream Toppings at Shane’s

No need to wait in line! Shane Confectionery is now selling Franklin Fountain’s much sought-after toppings – Peanut Butter, Caramel, and the ever-popular Hot Fudge.

 

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A Toast!

Michelle of Bread and Butter Productions came to Shane Confectionery looking for an exclusive gift she could give to clients and partners, one that represented her brand’s identity. After meeting with Michelle, our head confectioner Kitty created a unique confection for Bread and Butter Productions: Torch toasted Almond Marzipan “bread”, with White Chocolate Lemon Ganache “butter” and House-Made Strawberry Jelly! If you’re looking for a confection as fantastic as your company or large-scale event, contact us at info@shanecandies.com

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Ice Cream? Seabees Can Do!

In WWII sailors in the South Pacific outfitted a 50 gallon teakwood drum with machinery parts from a bulldozer, a generator, and a bomb-wrecked Jeep to make their own ice cream machine! “Why? Because ice cream is a symbol of home and tonic to morale.”
(National Dairy Product Corporation)

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