Since 1947 Kilwins has been a celebrated part of Americana having earned a reputation for providing high quality chocolates, ice cream, and confections combined with excellent service. Our heritage was built on the simple premise of creating our products from the finest ingredients and providing customers with great service. Today we continue the tradition by uniquely combining high quality products with a warm friendly customer experience, which is supported through a successful community of caring owner operators. We continue to offer the very best Confections and Ice Cream that are hand-made in our kitchen, fresh from premium ingredients and original recipes.
Our values are simple; Treat others as you want to be treated, Do your best, and Have fun! These values translate directly to a culture of people who are driven to provide an exceptional confectionery experience. Coupled with our high quality products, in-store craftsmanship, and genuinely friendly team members, we create an atmosphere that our customers want to visit again and again. From sight, to taste, touch, smell and sound, a visit to Kilwins provides an authentic sensory and taste experience like none other. Our customers have come to know and love us as “My Kilwins” and share Kilwins with friends and family. Kilwins is where people celebrate, vacation, and share the experience of life, family, and gifting in a nostalgic Americana setting.
We are located in the heart of downtown Princeton, adjacent to the campus of Princeton University. Franchisee Taylor Frye is a “Kilwins Kid” thru & thru-He grew up in Harbor Springs, MI and has fond childhood memories visiting Kilwins stores. He has worked for Kilwins in different roles since 2013, including as the Store Manager of the Mackinaw City – Central location and as General Manager of the Kilwins Chocolate Kitchen in Petoskey, before opening his Princeton store in September of 2019.
We invite you to stop by the Princeton store & experience a taste of Kilwins. Kilwins is truly “Sweet in every Sense since 1947.”