Jane says it's simply the best candy in the world. Michael loves the way the crunchy part melts over your tongue. This luxurious deliciousness has been a Colorado tradition since the 1930s when the Enstrom family began making their almond toffee and opened a store in Grand Junction. Now there are outposts in Denver, Arvada, Littleton and Broomfield, plus a tempting online catalog. Enstrom's toffee is always freshly made from pure Colorado butter. Then it's coated with rich milk or dark chocolate and a dusting of ground almonds. Because it's so fragile and the ingredients so pure, it must be kept refrigerated or frozen.