has been serving
delicious treats to Door County visitors since 1996, and has
earned a reputation for quality ingredients and unsurpassed
service. Our products and old fashion fun atmosphere continue
to delight our customers every day.
A long time favorite stop for families, friends
and visitors, Copper Kettle can now be enjoyed in the comfort
of your home by just ordering your favorite treats on line.
We also can assist in your year round gift giving.
The shop is family owned and operated by Terry
Ullman and his eager staff. Terry gained experience in the
confectionery industry while working for his relatives at
the Caramel Crisp Shop in Estes Park , Colorado. Some of the
recipes originated there and date back to 1940. Terry continues
to use many of these old fashion recipes in order to ensure
you will enjoy the products.
- Many believe that chocolate is an aphrodisiac,
possibly because of the simple sensual pleasure of its consumption.
Scientists suggest that theobromine and other chemicals
do act as mild sexual stimulants. But we all know chocolate
will win their heart.
- The word Chocolate comes from the Aztec
word xocolatl, meaning, bitter water.
- 71% of American chocolate eaters prefer
- It's true! Chocolate is The Food Of The
Gods. Cacao beans come from a tree that is a species of
the genus Theobroma, which translated is food of the gods.
- Chocolate is a great natural antidepressant.
It contains tryptophan which helps you create serotonin,
your body's own antidepressant.
- Contrary to popular belief, chocolate does
NOT contribute to acne. However the milk in milk chocolate
might, so enjoy the benefits of dark chocolate.
- Chocolate is poisonous to dogs (and other
domestic animals). The Theobromine found in chocolate is
a stimulatant, and can be too much for small animals.
- Chocolate contains high-quality anti oxidants
that can protect you from developing cancer and heart disease.
- Chocolate is rich in magnesium and iron,
which your body needs.
- Chocolate makers use 40% of the world's
almonds and 20% of the world's peanuts.
- Chocolate's melting point is just below
your body temperature, so it melts in your mouth. Melting
chocolate in your mouth raises brain activity and heart
rate more intensly than passionate kissing, and lasts four
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