A favorite gift-shop food that can be bought everywhere tourists go, from Michigan’s Mackinac Island to Key West, Florida, fudge is dense candy that comes in dozens of flavors, chocolate being the most common. Hot fudge is similar to the candy, but made with more cream so it can be poured on soda-fountain sundaes. Prohibition Creamery in Austin, Texas, tops its Boozy Sloth Sundae with espresso fudge (as well as bourbon whipped cream).

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