Visit Vermont If You Want to Taste the Best Fall Food in the US

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Can you believe that fall is almost here? We can feel it in the air and see the leaves start to change colors, but what about food? If you live nearby, it’s definitely the perfect time to visit Vermont and taste the amazing fall delicacies. If you’re a fan of cheese or chocolate you’ll find Vermont to be a real treat!


Your first food-related association to Vermont is probably maple syrup, but the state is also known for its vibrant chocolate industry. You can sample hand-crafted bonbons, dark chocolate bars, figs covered in chocolate, and many other incredible chocolate varieties.

Artisanal Cheese

Cheesemaking in Vermont is no longer just a culinary trade; it evolved into an art form over time. You can visit cheesemakers who’ve won multiple awards in the past, such as Cabot Creamery that won the “Best-in-Class” award at the World Championship Cheese Contest in 2014.

There are over 45 cheesemakers in the state who make more than 150 cheese varieties from local milk.

Apple Cider

There’s no drink better suited for fall than apple cider. Vermont may be the best place to drink it as you can enjoy the incredible fall scenery over a tall glass of cider.