This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
In my opinion, January is not too early to start thinking about Valentine’s Day. And let’s be honest, about the lovely chocolate treats that make it a day worth celebrating.
One of my favorite local Reston businesses for cakes and confections is Edibles Incredible Desserts at Reston Town Center. I can practically taste the fudge as I write this.
A common passion for desserts led couple Alan Furman and Robyn Hanna to pursue their dream of creating a shop specializing in irresistible gourmet treats. Edibles Incredible Desserts launched in 1999 with a kiosk in Fair Oaks Mall, selling fudge and toffee.
Today, Edibles Incredible Desserts is a local favorite — named winner of Northern Virginia’s best bakery and best kids cakes as voted by 150,000 readers of Northern Virginia Magazine. But the greatest joy for Alan and Robyn is when seasoned customers come in and begin telling others how great their treats taste.
Immediately after launching their business, their two flagship products “Robyn’s English Toffee” and “Alan’s Secret Recipe Fudge” became hot sellers at Dean and DeLuca in Georgetown. Soon after, they opened their first store in the Reston Town Center at 11917 Freedom Dr.
You don’t have to go to Reston Town Center to enjoy a delicious dessert as they ship their cakes, cookies brownies, candy and cupcakes, among others, anywhere in the country.
In early 2007, they opened a commercial kitchen and production facility in Sterling, just minutes from Dulles International Airport. This allows them to ship their baked goods and other desserts right out of the oven and ship fresh directly.
Their motto is “to please palates everywhere. ” And they do … in our stores and online.
Enjoy browsing through their site, and maybe order a cake online. Call them anytime to discuss their products 703-437-3008.
Photo: Cake by Edibles Incredible/Courtesy of Edibles Incredible.
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