Speckled Hen Chocolate Company is Western Pennsylvania's newest gourmet chocolate company. Our goal is to make a high quality and intensely flavorful chocolate that can be enjoyed piece by piece or if you eat chocolate like I do- a box at a time! We intend to create some of the most unique chocolate items that you will ever find, and if you are in need of a tasty gift, or just want something hand crafted out of the ordinary, then Speckled Hen Chocolate Company is the place for you!
We opened our doors in time for Mother's Day Weekend and have been steadily growing ever since. We have started making fudge in house and are adding new flavors weekly. We currently have 20 different varieties including: s'mores, caramel praline, dark chocolate raspberry, chocolate cheesecake, butter finger, cream cycle, maple nut, and chocolate walnut, just to name a few of the favorites.
We are constantly trying new flavors and selling out of the current favorites, so feel free to call first in you are dead set on a certain flavor.
Our dark chocolate is quite the crowd pleaser! In fact, we can hardly keep it on the shelves- this rich dark chocolate has an exquisitely defined cocoa taste and has converted me into a dark chocolate lover!
We are working on making each and every item we create in both milk chocolate and dark chocolate. We even have a pretty fair variety of white chocolate for those of you who enjoy the creamy taste of chocolate without the cocoa.
Some of our newest chocolate creations this week include:
- A chocolate dipped ice cream cone, which is a rice krispie treat atop a sugar cone dipped in chocolate and covered in sprinkles!
- Chocolate dipped (both milk chocolate and dark) macaroon cookies,
- Peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich- peanut butter and val's homemade peach jam between 2 graham crackers....dipped in chocolate
Stop in and give our handmade chocolates or crafted fudge a try, we assure you that you will not be disappointed. We are located on Rt. 228, just outside of downtown Saxonburg, in the southwestern corner of Butler County and are a short 30 mile drive from Pittsburgh.