Sarah Morgenstern
December 15, 2009
Sarah Morgenstern
Tim Hortons' Maple Fudge
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It’s always ‘sweet’ when you find a well-priced candy or chocolate that is also delicious, so we were pleasantly surprised with the sample of Tim Hortons Old-Fashioned Maple Fudge that was recently delivered to SavvyHQ. It’s made in Quebec with real butter and maple syrup and its old-fashioned flavour and crumbly texture makes it seem much more expensive than the $4.95 it is. Combine it with a gift card, and you’ve got a perfect gift for the teacher, the paperboy or the babysitter. We recommend stocking up next time you’re getting your double-double, and if you end up with a few extra at the end of the festive season, well…that probably would not be the end of the world as a little fudge might just be what we all need to get through January, February and March.

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