Roly’s Pantry fudge isn’t your typical soft and smooth fudge, but rather it surprised me by its crumbly and creamy texture. When visiting Lincoln, England we were told that Roly’s Fudge Pantry os pie pf the most unusual but most see shop in the high street. At the Roly’s Fudge kitchen, the fudge is made fresh every day. Roly’s offers a diverse range of fudges to indulge in from flavors such as Baileys to Whisky and Ginger, Lemon Meringue, Sea Salt, Strawberries and Champagne, Coffee and Cream, Butterscotch, Chocolate Orange, and so much more. All Roly’s fudges are made right in front of the customers showing them how the fudge is made. Talk about tempting!
How the fudge is made…
The fudge is cooked in a large copper pan in full view of the customers.
It is then poured out onto a solid marble slabs whilst still hot, where it cools quickly.
Using a paddle, they stir the fudge, before carefully forming it into a roll.
As it starts to set, they seize the roll of fudge into large slaps.
As the fudge starts to cool, it cools into a crumbly texture, which is then cut into smaller pieces.
It’s ready to eat!
As Lincoln’s Rolly Fudge Pantry cooks up 2-3 batches every day, and sometimes 8-10 during the holidays, the fudge is always fresh for the Lincoln residents and visitors!