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Marmite Flavour Fudge in Poole

Marmite Flavour Fudge Truely Scrumptious Poole Dorset

Marmite Flavour Fudge. Hand made in Poole, Dorset.

Everybody knows that Marmite is the best tasting yeasty spread in the world ( this is where I duck and cover while the Aussies throw abuse at me!). But would you fancy Marmite flavour fudge?

We’ve tried Marmite flavour chocolate before, you can find that fairly easily in the UK. It’s nice, but more as something to try than to eat regularly. Even for me, a total Marmite freak. But I’d never come across Marmite flavour fudge until yesterday when the boys insisted we follow a trail of floating bubbles to their source on Poole High St.

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 Follow The Bubbles For Marmite Flavour Fudge

What we found at the end of the bubble trail was one of the best traditional British sweet shops I’ve ever seen, Truly Scrumptious.

They make the Marmite fudge themselves, on the premises. I don’t know if it’s the only Marmite fudge in the world, but it’s the only one I’ve ever seen.

It’s good, I’d say Marmite works better in fudge than it does in the chocolate, I’d certainly buy it again and I’m not that keen on fudge usually.

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Truly Scrumptious also stocked every sweet you can think of, all beautifully arranged in glass jars behind the counter.  Boo had a quarter of jelly teddies, D had a quarter of excellent rose flavour Turkish delight. The chocolates looked amazing, but our budget will only stretch so far. Shame!

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The good news is, you can buy sweets from Truly Scrumptious online and yes, they do deliver to Australia, or anywhere, if you send them an email. Anybody else needing a little taste of home?

Truly Scrumptious is almost opposite the equally excellent ( and free) Poole museum on Poole High Street. Poole has the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world and is a lovely spot for a day out. More to come on this part of the UK, we’re loving it!

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Bronwyn Joy

Saturday 25th of January 2014

I would, I would! (But then I'll eat a lot of things, so that's not necessarily a glowing endorsement of marmite VEGEMITE ALL THE WAY etc etc etc).

They could probably do vegemite fudge too, I suppose.

Gina Nitschke

Tuesday 14th of January 2014

Traveling is all about trying new foods, but I'm not sure that Marmite fudge would have tempted me! My son who puts tomato sauce (ketchup) on everything would probably love tomato sauce fudge or Vegemite fudge though. Glad your boys enjoyed their day out :-)

Andrew

Sunday 12th of January 2014

Can't say I'd go for the Marmite fudge. It just doesn't seem like the two should go together. But then again I've had plenty of other things that shouldn't mix well but did so who knows!?

Talitha Guittin

Sunday 12th of January 2014

Try Camenbert-chocolates from France ... it's quite an experience!

Kym

Sunday 12th of January 2014

Marmite - no way. Vegemite - perhaps. I love vegemite, just not sure about it as a fudge flavour. And as for receiving chocolates from overseas, we used to get sent lots of German goodies from my partner's sister, but a lot of the chocolates with fillings would dehydrate on the plane. Just saying.

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Sunday 12th of January 2014

UK chocs used to melt on their way to our house in Queensland quite often Kym. Chocs sold in OZ have a higher melting point, one of the reasons they taste so different.

Talitha Guittin

Sunday 12th of January 2014

Hello Alyson, hope my question is not too intrusive, and I would understand if you don't want to answer. I am intrigued by the names of your boys ... Names always have that effect on me (having a rather unusual name myself, we called our kids Zinnia, Yiri and Kenza, which is not all that common either) Still when it comes to unusual names, I think you beat me! Would you want to share the reason of their names with us?

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Sunday 12th of January 2014

D and Boo are nicknames Talitha, what we actually call them quite often. They're not their actual names, I try not to use them on the blog.

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