At Our Lady of Consolation Priory, we quietly go about producing some of the most delicious, rich and creamy fudge in the world, using only the finest ingredients – including fresh dairy butter, semisweet and bittersweet chocolate, Oregon walnuts, pecans and candied Oregon cherries!
Net weight 1 lb each.
These luscious, creamy, chocolate truffles are handmade by Brigittine monks at Our Lady of Consolation Priory in Amity, Oregon. Their fudge has given them a lasting reputation as skilled confectioners; these divine treats are sure to uphold that reputation and please any discriminating chocolate lover!
Net weight 7.5 oz.
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The Brigittine monks
The Brigittine monks at Our Lady of Consolation priory in Amity, Oregon, live the contemplative life and "by the labor of their hands," support the community by making and selling gourmet fudge and truffles.
Founded in 1370 and dedicated to a life of prayer and work, the Brigittine Monks are completely self-supporting. In our Monastery located in the lush Willamette Valley in Oregon, the monks quietly go about producing some of the most delicious fudge and gourmet chocolate truffles in the world.
Blending the finest quality ingredients including real chocolate, fresh dairy butter, real cream, the freshest nuts, and real flavors. Using only the best and freshest ingredients.
Our Gourmet Confections have received hundreds of accolades from candy experts and customers alike.
Numerous television programs, including the ABC Nightly News and CNN, have featured segments about our candy. We have also been featured on the game show Jeopardy.
Perhaps you read about our delicious products in Town and Country Magazine, Bon Appetit, People magazine, US News and World Report, Chocolatier, or The New York Times. Or you may have heard about them on your favorite radio talk show.