Buttermilk Confections' fudge can be found in many places all over Cornwall. Besides the packaging shown in the picture below, they also come in customized packaging for attractions such as Truro Cathedral. I bought these from a National Trust Shop where a 200g bag was going for 2 pounds 75p (three packs were going for the price of two though!).
Thankfully, I did not let my negative encounter with the fudge from Pennyworths' discourage me from purchasing more of the confection. Decandently rich, smooth and creamy, my friends and I couldn't stop reaching for yet another piece. In fact, one of my friends finished half of his pack in a day!
The bag of assorted fudges contains Clotted Cream, Chocolate and Rum & Raisin fudge. I liked the Rum & Raisin one the most... if only the flavors of the fudge in the assorted pack were written on the label, I would have gotten two of these instead!
Besides their fudges, I also tried Buttermilk Confections' Cornish Butter Tablet, which is made from sugar, condensed milk and butter that has been left to crystallize after being heated to the soft-ball stage (when the sugar content is about 85% :O ). Pop one in your mouth, and these brittle, crunchy tablets quickly crumble and melt into a smooth syrup. Definitely sweet, but not overly so, the Cornish Butter Tablets were my favorite of the three.