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Tesco Finest Irish Cream Liqueur Fudge

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Brand: Tesco / Type: Liquorice

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      25.08.2008 21:38
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      A great twist on your classic fudge.

      It was by chance and with great glee that I discovered this product, sitting on the shelves at a large Tesco store. The packaging says "New" which explains why I'd never seen it before.

      I love creamy foods and I adore Baileys/Irish Cream, so what could be better than to discover there is someone making and selling Irish Cream liqueur fudge!!

      It's 5% Tesco own brand Irish Cream, so you do get a good amount of flavour. To be honest, at least in this format, eg fudge, it tastes the same as Baileys. It has the same consistency and flavour of normal fudge, just with the addition of a heavenly flavour.

      I have been online on their website and also to a smaller Tesco and was not able to find this on offer so I think it's, sadly, limited only to the larger stores. I plan to buy it in bulk.

      There is only one size, and it costs £1.99. The packaging is deceivingly big; it's a carbox box with a smaller plastic bag inside which contains the goodies. It's meant to weigh 150g but it's so moreish they seem to go very quickly. They're in the confectionary aisle, naturally.

      Needless to say, these are very high in sugar and fat, so not to be eaten in the quantities I eat them, but certainly worth a try if you like Baileys/Irish cream and/or fudge.

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