The iconic Candy Lady has been around for over 30 years, Home of the Breaking Bad Blue Ice Candy among other numerous Chocolate Confections, Homemade Fudge, Brittle, Truffles and Caramels. The Candy Lady began her climb to fame when she released her scandalous chocolates, then later when she produced the prop for the first two seasons of "Breaking Ba,." We specialize in local Southwest flavors like Green and Red chili brittles and piñon caramels.Add The Candy Lady and other attractions to your Albuquerque trip itinerary using our Albuquerque attractions planner.
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The Candy Lady Reviews
This was a fun store! I don't watch breaking bad, but the story and history of the store is very interesting. The candy and chocolate covered goodies are awesome. The Candy Lady is a mandatory stop. more »
Breaking Bad fan or not, it’s a candy store!!! Right in Old Town it’s surrounded by cool places to visit. The milk chocolate raspberry clusters are awesome. You can also get BB merchandise. more »
What a fun and hilarious visit. Met the owner Debbie Ball and the lovely lady behind the counter. Friendly and I loved the x rated chocolate! Reminded me of the exotic baker of NYC from the 1970s. You will always win me over with dark chocolate marzipan. Delightful and 😋. Don't walk run!!!!!!
I hate leaving unhappy reviews but unless you like Breaking Bad, the store is underwhelming. There was so much Breaking Bad merch that there was hardly any space for candy. They have a rated 18+ section but it is wide open and all they have is a sign saying don't go in unless you are 18+. On a plus side, They have a wide variety of chocolates and chocolate related candy but lack on other candies. Also, one of the ladies was very friendly and enjoyed talking to customers. They make some of there own candy but I was disappointed. The sour hard candy was sadly, not sour. The candy was quite expensive and I was hoping for more. I also bought a stick of rock candy but it was flavorless despite being supposedly "lemon" flavored. It was also very expensive. Not only was the store over priced, underwhelming, and lacking a wide variety of candy, but they also calculated my purchase wrong and over charged me a bit. I have social anxiety so I couldn't speak up about it.
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