Rated: Goat’s Milk Fudge.

Goat's Milk Fudge

Goat’s Milk Fudge: I kid you not

What? A pale and soft – almost shapeless – Fudge, made using Goat’s Milk and Goat’s Butter.

Unlike the usual Goat-infused Cheeses (and special Goat-flavoured Cheesecakes), this particular Fudge is almost entirely devoid of that goaty tang, with only the tiniest hints here and there – and then only if you focus very hard.

Mainly, you just get the sugar.

While I’m generally glad it’s not pungent, without the unusual flavour it kind of lacks a USP, tasting mainly like every other Fudge (albeit a great deal squidgier than the norm).

That said, if you happen to be someone who just cannot tolerate cow’s milk, this might well be the confectionery of your dreams…

Where? From the Wobbly Bottom Farm market stall (as seen in Islington Farmers’ Market)

How Much? £2

Rating?

7/10

Solid effort – liquid Fudge; probably won’t get your goat

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4 responses

    • It really is…

      You should totally try some Goat’s Milk, though – if only to say you’ve done it. People say it has wondrous properties. I say it tastes like blended Cheese, but maybe that’s your thing(?!)

      Happy Hogging!

      P-H x

  1. You have hit the nail on the head with the comment “if you happen to be someone who just cannot tolerate cow’s milk, this might well be the confectionery of your dreams…”
    Having been unable to have cows milk for 15 years, believe me, this is awesome!

    • You’ve found the confectionery of your dreams? Congratulations!
      No one deserves to be neglected in the Fudge department, so I’d say this sounds like a worthy champ for you. I’m exceedingly glad to hear it.
      Happy Hogging!
      P-H x

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