Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Cadbury Fudge

Product name: Cadbury Fudge
115 for a 25.5g bar
Country of origin:

This bar of Cadbury Fudge was another item included in the Christmas selection pack I received as a gift.  

Without being overly harsh, this was another children’s product that, historically, I’m not a fan of – give me a tub of Heroes and I’ll leave the Fudge ones for someone else. However, I thought it would be rude not to give it another chance, and at least I knew it wouldn’t be as frustratingly chewy as the Chomp! 

The ‘fudge covered with milk chocolate (24%)’ bar was quite narrow and cylindrical in shape and came in a distinctive orange wrapper with pale blue text. Inside, the fudge itself appeared to be two-tone, with the upper half being a bit darker and smoother than the fluffier bottom section. I did wonder if this was just the way I had cut the bar, though, although I did still find its colour was a lot paler than I had remembered it. 

The chocolate emitted a sweet, milky smell but didn’t do much to impact the taste buds. However, I don’t mean this as a criticism, since the fudge itself was far nicer than I remembered it! It wasn’t the best I’ve ever had but it had a very sweet taste, with a hint of vanilla, and I genuinely ended up enjoying it. 

I can’t deny its sugariness, particularly when combined with its slightly grainy texture, but it was also soft and, whilst slightly chewy, it didn’t take ages to swallow. However, I wouldn’t recommend sucking the fudge as it had a tendency to stick to the roof of the mouth and almost cause choking! 

I was pleasantly surprised by this Cadbury Fudge and I think it’s safe to say I’ll no longer be sharing my Heroes. 

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