Slideshow: Sugar Rush: Southern Sweets at Savannah's Candy Kitchen, Atlanta

Chocolate Gophers
Chocolate Gophers
Gophers are a bit like Turtles, in that they're made with pecan pieces, caramel, and chocolate. Savannah's Candy Kitchen also makes "Gopher Turtles", which are completely enrobed in white, dark, or milk chocolate. Both are among their most popular items because, well, you really can't go wrong with chocolate, caramel, and nuts.
Chocolate Gophers
Chocolate Gophers
The pecans really are the focus in this sweet. The caramel is tasty, too, but seems to function more as a glue to stick all of the nuts together than be the main focus of the candy.
Chocolate Gophers
Chocolate Gophers
On top, there's enough chocolate to really sink your teeth into. Both the milk and dark versions were delicious, and honestly, tasted very similar, since the dark was just a couple of notches above milk chocolate. It's worth getting a couple different types to compare and contrast, but the dark isn't so strong that it'll throw off milk chocolate lovers. There's also a mixed nut version, with almonds, cashews, and peanuts, but I couldn't spot it at the airport location.
Divinity
Divinity
These classic Southern treats, which can be traced back to the early 1900s (according to Wikipedia) are made with egg whites, pecan pieces, fine sugar, and corn syrup. They look a bit like a pecan-topped pavlova, but much more dense and sweet.
Divinity
Divinity
The exterior is just barely crisp, while the inside is a bit sticky. It's worth trying one, but I couldn't get past two bites without feeling like I could do handsprings all the way back to Concourse T.