It is no secret I have a huge sweet tooth and pleasure in my life is usually calorie fuelled! So I was very excited to be reviewing a selection of fudges from Fudge Kitchen. They arrived in an attractive green gift box, which can have a personal message inside the lid included in the price; each slab was wrapped nicely inside and labelled.
On the side of the box there were tips on storage and it mentions how the fudge lasts for up to 10 days. I shall be very surprised if any last till the end of this evening. After a tiring day at work and coming home to a rampaging three year old, screaming at me… all I can say is thank the lord for the therapeutic properties of a decent cup of tea and something sugary!
Our four sample slices were Lemon Meringue, Banoffee Bonanza, Belgian Chocolate Swirl and Traditional Toffee. I must say the range of over 20 available flavours impresses me; I love fudge however it comes, but it’s nice having that little bit of excitement that you are enjoying a taste sensation. Having tried and enjoyed four of them (although I would have liked Banoffee to be more banana flavoured), I am sorely tempted to order more to experience the likes of Autumn Medley, Rich Chocolate Orange, Double Trouble and Christmas Cake.
The gift box costs £16 (plus delivery), I think it would make a lovely present for any harassed mum like me! But am sure it would go down well with most people. My dad loves fudge and aside from liquorice allsorts and Ales I struggle to pick nice presents for him. Finding the assortment of delights available at the Fudge Kitchen, my dad could be in for a treat and enjoy a welcome change from his usual present.
They are very thick slabs so they do last quite well.
I did the kind thing and shared with my boys. Although I do think they need to go back on their seed diet so I can have the benefit of the rest tonight.
I want to make the most of the handmade, fresh and indulgent fudge in my tummy!!!
Have a look at the website to order some or just drool over the fudge sauces and drinking fudge, both sound dreamy!