Artisan chocolate fudge and truffles made by the Brigittine Monks

Is the secret ingredient faith? Hand-swirled fudge and hand-rolled truffles.


Artisan Fudge

HANDMADE IN OREGON: This decadent, old-fashioned fudge is handcrafted in small batches by the Brigittine Monks at their quiet monastery retreat.  SMOOTH AND CREAMY: The Brothers use homemade marshmallow crème to keep every bite smooth and silky, then hand swirl while the fudge is still warm. QUALITY INGREDIENTS: The recipes have been refined over decades. Only premium ingredients are used to keep this widely celebrated fudge truly remarkable.

Each box is one pound of heavenly flavor

Hand-rolled Truffles

HAND ROLLED CENTER: Each chocolate truffle is a smooth, creamy, hand-rolled center of flavored ganache enrobed in decadent chocolate. 6 HUGE TRUFFLES IN EVERY BOX: Close to a half pound of chocolate indulgence in each 7.5 oz box. They’re twice the size of most other truffles. A PERFECT GIFT: Give these incredible artisan chocolates for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, the holidays or a birthday … or just because you know someone who loves really really good chocolate.

Six huge truffles in every box Net weight 7.5 oz.

We give boxes of fudge as Christmas presents, and everyone loves it! Our friends and family say that it is the best chocolate they have had in a long time, and we agree.
— L.Joans

May chocolate specials

~ On sale this month~

10% off Milk Chocolate Fudge Royale

10% off Coffee Chocolate Truffles

Limited Quantity Available.  Buy now while supplies last. 
Offer Expires 5/31/19 at Midnight.


Coffee Chocolate Truffles

Chefs often claim “coffee makes chocolate bloom.” The rich smoky roast of coffee brings real chocolate essence forward and deepens its intensity. These dark chocolate-covered gifts to your palate offer a heady halo of smoky coffee richness in every heavenly bite. And you don’t have to stop at just one, you’ll find six huge lovelies in each box.


Milk Chocolate Fudge Royale

A light and creamy version of our decadent fudge. We’ve tuned the recipe to offer a less-bold, softer chocolate taste that’s still oh-so-satisfying. Hand-swirled, your one-pound box of fudge could be shared … or tucked away for the occasional bite. If you’re a milk chocolate fan, you’ll love this Milk Chocolate Fudge made in small batches by the Brothers.


The Brigittine Monks

Founded in 1370 and dedicated to a life of prayer and work, the Brigittine Monks are completely self-supporting. The monastery outside of Amity. Oregon has been their home since 1986.

For decades the Brothers have refined their exceptionally delicious recipes for small-batch fudge in many flavors and explored new taste indulgences for their silky truffles.

When you visit the Oregon monastery’s tasting room you’ll discover Limited Edition truffle flavors ready to try. Pick up single truffles to go, make up your own choices in a box of six or buy boxes of your favorites.

Taste a few different flavors of fudge to take with you … or order for gifts, friends and family and we’ll ship for you. Give this artisan chocolate for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, the holidays or a birthday … or just because you know someone who loves really really good chocolate.

“...They are truly monks when they live by the labor of their hands, as did our Fathers and the Apostles.”
— St. Benedict

Hundreds of accolades over the years

Numerous television programs, including the ABC Nightly News and CNN, have featured segments about these glorious chocolate creations. The Brigittine Monks’ products have also been featured on Jeopardy.

Perhaps you read about the small-batch fudge and heavenly truffles handmade by the Brothers in Town and Country MagazineBon AppetitPeople magazine, US News and World ReportChocolatier, or The New York Times. Or you may have heard about them on your favorite radio talk show.

I was sent these for Christmas. It is sooooo rich, creamy and tasty! Reminds me of the homemade fudge my mother and grandmother made every Christmas. Highly recommended for any sweet tooth in your family.
— Brianna Barnes

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