Aplets and Cotlets Company Store

117 Mission Ave, Cashmere, Washington, USA

(800) 888-5696

https://www.libertyorchards.com/

Made in Washington since 1920, Aplets and Cotlets are made from home-grown fruit into a favorite candy.  Visit their factory store located in Cashmere, WA just east of Leavenworth. Visitors may visit the retail store and tour center in downtown. See how the candies are made from hand-sorted nuts to hand-packed boxes. And don’t forget to sample FREE candies fresh from the factory! Gift shop also carries a wide assortment of gifts and delicacies from the Pacific Northwest.
117 Mission Ave
Cashmere, Washington
VISITOR CENTER AND TOUR HOURS…
January through March: Mon-Fri: 8:30am to 4:30pm. Sat-Sun: Closed.
April through December: Mon-Fri: 8:30am-5:00pm. Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm.
HOLIDAYS: Closed or reduced hours. Call ahead.

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