Marsden’s Confectionary, Kintbury
Marsden’s Confectionery, winner of 17 awards is highly successful home-based business, making a range of fudge and chocolates to traditional recipes of the highest quality and excellence.
Alex Marsden-Smedley started Marsdens Confectionery in 2001.
They are a family run business based in Kintbury, Berkshire.
Their multi award winning fudge and chocolate truffles are handmade using traditional recipes.
Marsden’s Fudge is sold by a growing number of farm shops and delis across the UK.
If you would like to sell Marsden’s Fudge yourself, please contact them
Award Winning Fudge
Their multi-award winning signature Vanilla Fudge is made using Alex’s Grandmother's recipe, a traditional recipe without the use of additives or artificial colours or flavours.
Whilst it has a smooth, creamy melt-in-the-mouth consistency, it is also delightfully crumbly and has often been likened to Scottish Tablet.
Vogue Magazine described the Vanilla Fudge as "second to none".
Marsdens Confectionery award winning fudge makes a fabulous present for anyone, or just a greedy treat for yourself!
They also produce custom orders for weddings, birthdays or any other special occasions and corporate events.
Mardens Confectionery makes fudge with British butter and they do not use additives, colourings or artificial flavourings (No glucose, no palm oil, no soya).
Their quality focused ethos ensures that not only get a product that's made to the highest of standards, but also one that is completely natural and most importantly guaranteed to be delicious.
Winner of two Great Taste Awards in 2016 and 2019, these truffles are really intense with a clean chocolate and brandy flavour. wonderful soft creamy ganache contrasting with a fine outer shell of chocolate, boozy and big on flavour.
Available in a 300g box tied with Marsden's purple ribbon they are the perfect special present and are a chocaholic's delight!
Delicious either served at room temperature or straight from the fridge.
- Marsden's Confectionary
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