For those of us who have a sweet tooth one of the great things about travelling is finding top quality fudge. We have found the best places to buy fudge in the UK, so you know exactly where to go next time you are in the country.
The Fudge House in Edinburgh, Scotland has been making fudge since 1949. They use a slow cooling cast method to make small batch fudge with a refined texture and flavor. Every one of their flavors is made with the best of British ingredients.
You’ll find all the classics here, Butterscotch, Vanilla, and Milk Chocolate fudge but also Spiced Ginger, Highland Cream and Rum & Raisin. Specialty fudges include Pistachio & White Chocolate, Mocha Coffee and Maple Walnut.
Edinburgh is a fantastic city to visit, and The Fudge House just gives you one more reason.
To learn more about Scottish fudge, check out what tablet fudge is here.
Chris and Jenny Tabb have been making fudge for 25 years and have some of the best fudge you’ll find in the UK. They make a wide range of flavors, textures and even provide vegan and alternative sugar options made from coconut nectar.
Apart from the classic flavors you will find such treats as Peanut Brittle fudge, Oreo fudge and even Unicorn fudge. Best not to ask about that last one.
Whether you are looking for a souvenir or wedding favors Burley Fudge Shop in the New Forest will not disappoint.
Edward’s Fudge Kitchen produces a wide range of award winning flavors including Sea Salt, Clotted Cream Vanilla and Chocolate fudge. The fudge is handmade and there are always new and exciting flavors being added to their repertoire.
As Devon is famous for its clotted cream it’s not surprising that this is one of the best places to buy fudge in the UK. Edward’s Fudge Kitchen has three locations in the county (Teignmouth, Brixham and Dartmouth), and Edward himself has been making fudge all his adult life. We think he knows a thing or two.
The Fudge Patch is located in London’s historic Greenwich Market and specializes in making slab fudge by hand on thick marble tables. They pride themselves on doing things properly and using only the best ingredients for their products.
You can buy gift boxes of 3 or 5 slices of fudge from flavors such as Salted Caramel, Chocolate Sea Salt, Rum & Raisin, Peanut Butter or Rhubarb & Custard to name just a few. If you visit in person they’ll even let you taste each flavor for free!
Roly’s Fudge originated in Devon in 1987, and they now have 47 locations across the country run independently by 15 different families. Each of the artisan shops uses traditional recipes to hand make fresh fudge every day.
They use only the best ingredients and definitely no artificial flavorings, coloring, emulsifiers, additives or palm oil. Along with all the favorite flavors they also offer specialties like Apple Cider, Real Ale, and Honeycomb fudge.
They even have a fudge club that you can join with a 6 or 12 month subscription!
Sarah Bunton is an award winning chocolatier and is based in Aberystwyth, Wales. She has been making handmade chocolate and fudge since 2009 using only the finest ingredients. Along with a mouth watering array of chocolates you’ll find her line up of luxury fudge.
Among them, you need to taste her award winning Liquorice & Blackcurrant and Orange fudge. But don’t leave without Madagascan Vanilla, Rhubarb, Ginger, Sea Salt & Almond or Salted Caramel. Ok, we know that’s all the fudge. But it’s so good!
Come for the artisan chocolate, stay for the luxury, award winning fudge.
Sticky Chocolate Ltd have two stores in Lancashire, one in Blackpool and the other in Lytham St Annes. As you may have guessed they sell chocolate but also traditional sweets, toffee and handmade fudge that is made fresh daily.
You can select your favorite fudge and take away a box of it. Flavors include Bailey’s Irish Cream, Cookies & Cream, Crunchie Honeycomb, Dark Belgian & Sea Salt and Caramac.
They also make Vegan Chocolate and Vegan Lotus Biscoff fudge. Blackpool is a fun place to visit and the lure of fantastic fudge just adds to its appeal.
Ruby is trained as a professional chef and began making fudge in 2010, setting up a cottage industry in her home at the foot of the Malvern Hills. From her bespoke fudge kitchen and using the best ingredients, she makes a mouthwatering array of fudge flavors.
Six of her twelve flavors have won awards at the Great Taste Awards: Salted Caramel, Cherry Bakewell, Traditional Butter, Lemon Meringue, Chilli & Sea Salt and Stem Ginger.
Other flavors include Cappuccino, Rum & Raisin, Peanut Butter, Mint Chocolate, Brandy & Cranberry and Christmas Pudding.
Whirld’s founder Justine Cather has worked in confectionery for over 20 years and it shows. Their range of fudge is awe-inspiring and all entirely handmade to traditional recipes using natural ingredients.
Check out their unusual Chai Latte, Mango and Chilli Chocolate. Treat yourself to a Pick n’ Mix box or grab a souvenir for a friend. But we can’t guarantee it’ll make it home.
We hope that you have enjoyed our guide to the best places to buy fudge in the UK and that you have found the sweetest treats in Britain.
If you want to have a go at making your own fudge, then check out our fun and easy recipes here: