At Truro, the city of Cornwall.
We visited the Royal Cornwall Museum, as well as Truro Cathedral (below), one of the only three churches in England with three spires.
The cathedral houses one of the world's finest organs, a combination of the church's acoustics and the beautiful quality of the sound produced by it. We were lucky to be able to hear it being played as a girl was having her organ lesson.
We spotted this sweet shop, Pennyworths, while we were photographing the exterior of the cathedral. Pennyworths is a traditional sweet shop founded it this very city in the 1930s. Since then it has opened several branches in other places, but has only re-opened in Truro at the end of last year.
In addition to a variety of sweets and chocolates, there was also a range of fudge being sold, at 1 pound 49p per 100g.
I purchased them in the following flavors (from top):
Chocolate, Chocolate Caramel, Vanilla, Caramel, Clotted Cream (not in picture). They came packed in paper bags.
This was my first time having fudge. For those who haven't had fudge before, it tastes like toffee, but is softer and less chewy and sticky. In comparison from those from other sweet shops, I found the fudge from Pennyworths to be too sweet and a bit too sticky. The flavors of the fudge were not very distinct too.
I also purchased a bar of Highland toffee. Though the wrapper states that it is a softer eating toffee, it was still rather hard to chew. My jaws were thoroughly exercised by the time I finished the whole strip.
Pennyworths Traditional Sweet Shop
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