Sunday, September 13, 2015

The Mill Fudge Factory Holiday Gift Guide 2015


Located in Concord, NH is the Mill Fudge Factory rather you live close by or want to try some fudge you can order it online that is what I plan on doing this holiday season. I was able to try some of their fudge out and they are made with all natural, fresh ingredients like Callebaut Belgian dark chocolate, Cabot butter, pure honey, and cane sugar; you won’t find any corn syrup, preservatives, artificial flavors or colors in there!
I was sent Penuche Fudge which is the purest fudge they make consisting of just four simple ingredients: Cabot butter, cane sugar, milk, and pure honey. With a deeply satisfying caramel flavor, this original penuche fudge is most similar to the original Scottish family recipe.


Maple Walnut Fudge which is made with pure New Hampshire Maple chocked full of fresh nuts.

Belgian Chocolate Fudge made with melted dark Belgian chocolate (62% cocoa) into our original Scottish recipe creating a rich, but not overly dark chocolate experience. 

Chocolate Raspberry Fudge which is their signature chocolate fudge infused with real raspberries and topped with our homemade raspberry jam. NO artificial flavors or colors here! 


My Opinion: I really enjoyed the taste of all these fudges and the fact the ingredients are better than some fudge I have had in the past is nice to know as we all are trying to eat more natural ingredients. I had never had Penuche before but I loved the flavors and I tasted caramel but I also wanted to think butterscotch as well for some reason. I loved the raspberry edge from the Chocolates Raspberry. I loved them all and not just one so they are my entire favorite. I live close to New Hampshire so I may have to take a fall road trip to pick apples and get fudge!
Use code MISSY5 to save $5.00 on a purchase of $10 or more this code is good until 9/30/15
To learn more visit http://themillfudgefactory.com
For the holidays look for the seasonal favorites like Holiday Mint, Pumpkin Pie, Eggnog, Cranberry Maple Nut and Chocolate Salted Caramel.


Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.



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