Product: The Wee Fudge Company

The wee fudge company Glasgow Joyce Brady

Joyce, or should we say “Fairy Fudge Mother”, started The Wee Fudge Company in 2011 and has built up her reputation quickly, with her fudge now selling in many delicatessens and artisan food & drink shops in the central belt. We are chuffed to have Joyce as one of our foodie pals, she has great humour, immense pride in Scotland and its food and of course makes fabulous fudge!

The range of fudge has grown from Madagascan Vanilla to a further 9 staples, including Mrs Foodie’s fave: Hebridean Sea Salt and Caramel.

So we were more than happy to try out her three new flavours – Clootie Dumpling, Marmalade and Creamed Coconut.

The wee fudge company Glasgow Joyce Brady
Clootie Dumpling Flavour – The Wee Fudge Company

That thick ginger, cinnamon and spiced taste of a clootie dumpling is here, very rich and sweet – could almost be tempted to dip some of these into custard.  Great for after dinner with a coffee.

The wee fudge company Glasgow Joyce Brady
Marmalade – The Wee Fudge Company

Zesty and tasting very much like the shred of marmalade – a perfect balance of sweet and bitter.

The wee fudge company Glasgow Joyce Brady
Creamed Coconut – The Wee Fudge Company

At first taste this wasn’t very coconutty, light tasting and almost vanilla tablet like – if you’re a tablet fan then this one is for you.

We couldn’t pick a favourite but it was between the Clootie Dumpling and Marmalade – so that’s some more flavours to pick up next time we’re in Wholefoods!

The wee fudge company Joyce Brady
Joyce ©The Wee Fudge Company

Current Flavours:
Madagascan Vanilla
Hebridean Sea Salt & Caramel
White Chocolate with Sicilian Lemon
Fresh Raspberry & White Chocolate
Belgian Milk Chocolate
Strawberry & White Chocolate

You can find The Wee Fudge Company fudge at:
Billington’s of Lenzie, 114 Kirkintilloch Road, Lenzie
Cross Stobs Wine, 2 Grahamston Road, Barrhead
Colpi Ice Cream, 3 Britannia Way, Clyde Shopping Centre
Colpi Ice Cream 38 Main Street Milngavie
COOK Glasgow, 498 Great Western Road, Glasgow
COOK Morningside, 328 Morningside Road, Edinburgh
George Mewes Cheese, 106 Byres Road, Glasgow
Hogan’s Fine Food Company, 8 Vicar Street, Falkirk
The Cook School Scotland, 7 Moorfield North Industrial Park
The Secret Herb Garden, 32A Old Pentland Road EH10 7EA
The Spotty Dog Delicatessen, East High Street, Lauder
The Store at Belhaven Fruit Farm, Thistly Cross, Dunbar
The Wee Handmade Gallery, 167 Deanston Drive, Glasgow
Tipsy Mallows, 230 High Street, Portobello, Edinburgh
Valhalla’s Goat, 449 Great Western Road, Glasgow
West Coast Delicatessen, 5 Argyle Street, Ullapool
Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre, Moor Road, Eaglesham
Whole Foods Market, 124 -134 Fenwick Road Giffnock

Check out The Wee Fudge Company for more information.

We received the fudge for free to review, however this did not influence our review as Mrs Foodie can be a right grump!

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Hello! I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers which is a food and travel website. I am a member of the Guild of Food Writers and British Guild of Travel Writers. We have a wide range of judging experience covering products, hotels and have judged, for example, for Great Taste Awards and Scottish Baker of the Year. Along the way Mark gained WSET Level 2 in Wine and I have WSET Level 2 in Spirits as well as picking up an award with The Scotsman Food and Drink Awards.     Usually I can be found sleeping beside a cat.

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