Sweet Mona’s Chocolates – Sweetening the world one chocolate at a time

by Carolyn Tamler 12th December 2016


By Carolyn Tamler


Built on a firm foundation of passion, experience, and desire, Sweet Mona’s Chocolates in picturesque Langley, Washington creates extraordinary confections in small batches. They use only the finest quality ingredients—European style butter, chocolate made in the Belgian tradition with cacao grown in Ecuador and Venezuela, heavy cream from a regional creamery, and cane sugar.



Sweet Mona’s Chocolate Boutique originally opened in Langley on February 17th, 2006 as 1 Angel Place, Chocolate Bar. Sweet Mona’s has grown into a thriving gourmet specialty chocolate shop with a full beverage bar, including espresso and bubble tea and expanded gelato offerings, including shakes and sundaes.


Soon to be celebrating eleven years in business, Sweet Mona’s has grown through record breaking retail sales, wholesale relationships with Seattle Chocolates, DandyLines Distributors, and several locations throughout Whidbey Island.


Seattle Chocolates touts the caramels as “Best.Caramel. Ever,” being sold under their J Co Co brand.


Mona says, “Our greatest joy comes from our relationship with our customers and our ability to bring them wonderful chocolates in a loving and friendly retail environment.” She adds a special story: “Recently a family came from Philadelphia to Seattle for a visit and made a special trip to Whidbey Island just to see Sweet Mona’s.”


To show special appreciation for their regular customers,  Sweet Mona’s has a new loyalty-based reward program. For every $10 a customer spends at Sweet Mona's the person receives a punch on a virtual punch card. After ten punches, the customer gets a $10 credit to use on purchases at Sweet Mona's Chocolates. It also gives the reward customer the ability to chat directly with Sweet Mona's, earn rewards on a birthday, and be the first to know about specials that are running. It's free to download, simply search for Flok at the app store.




If you’re not able to visit the retail shop, you can order items on the internet through Sweet Mona’s website (http://www.sweetmonas.com/shop/) or on Amazon.com.


For more information, please contact Mona Newbauer at 360-221-2728, or stop by the store any day, every day from 10:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. You will always get a sweet, warm welcome!





Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Monday, 12th December 2016, 10:49pm.
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