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Buffett's Candies - 2 Reviews - 7001 Lomas Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM - Chocolate Shop Reviews - Phone (505) 600-2162

Buffett's Candies

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7001 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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(505) 600-2162
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I love shopping for guifts candy. Try browsing at any offerings she has for sale. Unique and treasured confections for all your friends will be sure to love this place! i highly...

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heaven 10/6/2005

I love shopping for guifts candy. Try browsing at any offerings she has for sale. Unique and treasured confections for all your friends will be sure to love this place! i highly reccomend everyone grab one of the bargains here. SWeet gifts at great prices! more

Buffett's Candies 9/20/2005

Buffett's Candies smells SO darn good! They make all of their candy right there in the store. So, it's always fresh and tastes it's best. The staff is always smiling and they provide you with a free sample! Good selection, great tasting candy and reasonable prices. Great gitfs too! more
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Owner Message

  • Buffett's Candies, known around town as the place with the big candy cane, is an Albuquerque, NM, landmark. Started by George Buffett back in 1956, we are still a family-run business today. Our continued success is due in large part to our commitment to quality. We use only the best ingredients money can buy, like fresh whipping cream and US Grade AA butter, and we never use preservatives. Our fresh, delightfully sweet candy has been loved by generations.

    Our family favorites include:

  • Pion candies
  • Chocolates
  • Brittles
  • Pion nuts
  • Caramel corn
  • Candy

    From delicious chocolate-covered pretzels and pralines to classic malt balls and licorice, we have something to satisfy everybody's sweet tooth.

    We are perhaps best known for using the pion nut in our mouth-watering creations. Don't be fooled by imitation pine nuts. Genuine pion nuts come from the pion pine, which is New Mexico's state tree, and have a distinct and unique flavor. Even when the true pion nuts are scarce, we will not substitute any other type of nut.

    Call Buffet's Candies today and find out why our candy is made to eat, not to keep!

Additional information

  • Neighborhoods:

    Southeast
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