America's Oldest Candy Company on Derby Street in Salem, Massachusetts
The remainder of the Valentine's Days treats.
Blackjacks - Molasses Stick Candy
Gibralters - the first candy sold commercially in the United States
Taffy, Toffees, and Caramel Corn
Hand-turned ribbon candy machine (circla 1890) still used in the kitchens at Ye Olde Pepper Companie.
Hard Candy Machines that are still used.
The Origin of the Gibralters plus Video Barcode
Oprah Winfrey's favorite turtles!
Turtles and Cherry Cordials
Jars of assorted candies behind the counter
Fudge and Humbugs and other goodies
The Candy Counter
The inside of Ye Olde Pepper Companie
A glimpse at some of the candy making machinery through the window
Candy kettles as viewed through the windows
Sign for Ye Olde Pepper Companie
Ye Olde Pepper Companie at 122 Derby Street, Salem, Massachusetts
A pile of goodies from Ye Olde Pepper Companie
Three truffles - the middle one is an Amaretto!
Business card for Ye Olde Pepper Companie
A Pecan and Cashew Turtle
These Turtles are HUGE!
A pound of assorted yumminess!
A packet of Lemon Gibralters
The back of a Gibralter package.
A Lemon Gibralter
This is how big a Gibralter is.
A package of Peppermint Gibralters
What's in the box?
A pound of assorted candies from Ye Olde Pepper Companie
A Butter Rum Cream on the outside
A Butter Rum Cream on the inside!
A Gibralter collage
Butter Rum Cream Candy Collage