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Amish R&R Candy Shoppe Coloma WI
For those of you interested in ordering Amish-made candy through the mail, R&R Candy Shoppe in Coloma, WI will ship any order to you for free as long as your purchase meets their minimum order of 6 lbs or more. If you can plan a visit there, be sure to stop Monday - Saturday since they are closed on Sunday (the Amish never conduct business on Sunday).

Amish R&R Candy Shoppe Coloma WI


Hours were not posted for this store but if you get there during normal business hours, most likely they will be open. We actually stopped there at 5pm on a Friday night and the "Open" sign was still posted on the door. And even though it seemed somewhat late in the day, there was actually another customer that pulled up right behind us. The downside to stopping at a store like this so late in the day is the bare shelves and lack of bakery selection. Since the Amish do not use refrigeration, you will almost always be guaranteed that your bakery purchase is fresh from that morning so getting there earlier is always better.  

Amish R&R Candy Shoppe Coloma, WI

R&R Candy Shoppe
W11178 Cumberland Rd
Coloma, WI 54930

R&R Candy Shoppe crafts their homemade candy with kerosene burners, Wisconsin-made butter, and their fudge is made with goat milk. You really can't beat the taste of candy like this when it's made in small batches. 

Their brochure features their best seller - Cashew Crunch. They also make chocolate covered cashew crunch. Two items I noticed that I haven't come across before in an Amish candy shop were date balls and chocolate Dutch balls. They also sell fresh Maple syrup from local trees, handmade wooden spoons, canned pie fillings, and jams. 

All items below, available to purchase through the mail, are $5 for 1/2 lb and $9.50 for 1 lb. Note that your minimum purchase must be 6 lbs. 

  • Cashew Clusters
  • Cashew Drops
  • Cashew Crunch (their bestseller)
  • Chocolate Covered Cashew Crunch
  • Craisin Clusters
  • Craisin Cashew Clusters
  • Chocolate Dutch Balls
  • Rocky Road
  • Peanut Cluster
  • Nut Goodies
  • Chocolate Covered Cherries (seasonal - see note below)
  • Coconut Bon-Bons (seasonal - see note below)
  • Turtles (seasonal - see note below)
  • Mint Wafers (seasonal - see note below)
  • Date Balls (seasonal - see note below)
  • Peanut Butter Fudge
  • Butterscotch Fudge
  • Dark Chocolate Fudge
  • Maple Nut Fudge 

All seasonal items only ship October 1st - April 1st. 

If you are interested in purchasing any of these items via mail, please leave a comment and I will email you an order form (eventually I will have a link to a printable order form). The only form of payment they can take for postal orders is check. 

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Wautoma, WI Amish Auction July 4th 2015

On Saturday, July 4th, the 30th Annual Wautoma, WI Consignment Auction will be held on 11th Drive in Wautoma. You will find homemade goods including furniture, quilts, flowers, produce, machinery and collectibles. There will be food and drinks available to purchase. 

This auction begins at 8:30 am, July 4th.
Location:
Located West of Wautoma, WI on Hwy. 21 to 11th. Drive, then North to farm.

Even if you are undecided whether you want to place a bid, I would suggest getting a bid number in case something does interest you. You need to be at least 18 years of age with positive identification. Be prepared with cash or check.

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The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI

When visiting the western part of our state where you will find some of the largest Amish communities, it may take more than one day to visit and explore the area because of the vast amount of Amish stores and businesses. In western Wisconsin, specifically Monroe, Vernon, and Crawford County, there seems to be Amish just a mile or two away no matter where you are. 

On our last trip to that part of the state, we had the opportunity to stay at The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI right next to the Kickapoo River. Let me tell you, it was quite a lovely experience. The town of Soldier's Grove is charming and neighbors many Amish communities and The Roth House Bed & Breakfast offers a unique experience with rooms to relax and gather when traveling with friends. The breakfast, made with as many local ingredients as possible, was fantastic. 

The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI

When walking into this Bed & Breakfast, you feel as though you just took a step back in time. Of course houses as old as this one (built in 1896) have history. You can read all about the history of The Roth House Bed & Breakfast here

The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI

There are 5 different rooms at The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI and in each room you will have access to a private bath with all the modern amenities. 

Your stay will not only include one of the gorgeous rooms, but also:

  • A country breakfast featuring locally-grown foods
  • Complimentary cookies and lemonade each afternoon at 3 pm
  • Complimentary wine and cheese each evening between 6 pm - 7 pm

Inn amenities include:

  • Off-Street Parking
  • Proximity to Park and Kickapoo River
  • Wrap-around Front Porch for Seasonal Gathering
  • Cable Television  (Parlor)
  • High-Speed Wireless Internet Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Fireplace (Sitting Room)
  • Non-Smoking

If you have plans on visiting the western side of Wisconsin, whether it be for the Amish, antiques, or the Kickapoo River, I highly recommend The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI. 

 The Roth House Photo Gallery

There are over 80 images of The Roth House Bed & Breakfast that you can view by either clicking the image above, or by going here

Note: You can make the photo gallery full-screen by hovering over the right side of the gallery and clicking on the "screen". 

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