We have painstakingly tested hundreds of flavors and colors to find those that make our fudge taste its absolute best. Flavor is a complicated chemistry since flavor notes, quality and strength vary depending on the manufacturer and their different formulations. Color also plays an important role. It can enhance the appearance of fudge, but too much color can look artificial or unappetizing. All of Calico’s recipes have been perfected using the same flavors and colors we sell so you know you're offering your customers the best possible fudge. A limited selection is shown below.
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Calico tested well over 500 different vanilla flavors before selecting this one. It has been specially formulated to match perfectly with our fudge mix. This premium flavor is used in many of Calico's fudge recipes.
Maple flavor is used to make Calico's maple-flavored fudge recipes such as Maple Walnut and Gingerbread.
No need to pucker up with Calico's lemon flavoring. When mixed with Calico's sweet, creamy fudge, you'll get the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Check out recipes such as Summer Sunrise and Raspberry Lemonade.
More convenient and easier to use than fresh cream cheese, our cream cheese flavor is used in several Calico recipes such as Red Velvet and Cheesecake.
We've made it simpler than ever to enjoy the taste of amaretto liqueur with Calico's amaretto flavor. Made without alcohol, recipes using this flavor can be enjoyed by young and old alike.
Add these small morsels of bitter chocolate to Calico's chocolate mix to create a rich, dark chocolate fudge. It is used in several Calico recipes such as Dark Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt and Dark Chocolate Cabernet.
Calico's oil of peppermint delivers a cool burst of flavor. Use it in Calico's mint-flavored fudge recipes such as Mint Chocolate Swirl and Peppermint Bark.
For a refreshingly tangy flavor try Calico's orange oil. It is used to make orange-flavored fudge recipes such as Orange Cream and Sherbet.
Green food coloring is used to tint fudge green in recipes such as Mint Chocolate Swirl.
Orange food coloring is used to tint fudge orange in recipes such as Pineapple Orange Mousse or Raspberry Orange.
Red gel color is used to tint fudge a vibrant red. It is the perfect color for Calico's Red Velvet Fudge and Red White and Boom.