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Really tasty tablet, and not too sweet like most tablet out there, or too hard, and it melts in the mouth! Couldn't taste the whisky - but that's a good thing since I'm not a huge fan of whisky. Had to read the ingredients a few times to confirm that yes, 2lbs of sugar goes in there, but I suppose that shouldn't be too surprising!

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blondielass December 16, 2013

While this makes a tasty treat, I was a little disappointed that I couldn't taste the whisky in it. I actually used a little more than the suggested amount, but I guess it must have boiled off or something. It just tastes like regular fudge. I was pleased with it in that aspect as I've not used normal milk before.

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Richard_J January 17, 2012

Wow, this is the only tablet recipe I've seen using milk rather than sweetened condensed milk, and it turned out really good!

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rosslare October 23, 2011

Excellent tablet recipe! I was happy to find one that did not use condensed milk. The texture was perfect, and the whisky gave this such a nice smooth flavour. Make sure you use a whisky you like to drink because you will be able to taste it. I used Talisker 10-year-old, and the taste was divine. This recipe made plenty to package up as gifts for DH to take into the office too, and it works twofold. I believe he thinks that the more Scottish things he can bring into the office, the easier it will be for the Aussies to remember that he's not English, and one day they might actually stop asking him about the cricket. :D Thanks for posting!

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AmandaInOz December 16, 2009
Scottish Whisky Tablet (Fudge)