Café Mocha Fudge


Looking to impress your Valentine (or Galentines) with a unique chocolate treat? Try this Mocha Fudge recipe created by Pastry Chef, Jeremiah Mesker, using our Organic Sumatran blend.


– 2 3/4 cup sugar
– 1/8 tsp salt
– 3/4 cup whole milk
-3/4 cup heavy cream
– 3/4 cup heavy cream
– 3 TBSP light corn syrup
– 4 TBSP butter
– 2 1/2 TBSP brewed Westrock Coffee – we recommend the Organic Sumatran Blend
– 1/2 cup Cocoa powder
– 1 cup chocolate chips


  1. Prepare a baking pan by brushing the pan with a thin layer of butter and place a layer of plastic wrap on the pan 
  2. Combine the sugar, salt, butter, whole milk, heavy cream and light corn syrup in a sauce pot and begin to heat it over low heat, stirring often.
  3. Brush the sides of the pot down with clean water to remove any undissolved sugar that builds up 
  4. When the liquid is hot, whisk in the cocoa powder and coffee
  5. Wipe down the sides of the pot again with your brush and clean water
  6. Bring the mixture to a boil, and stop whisking
  7. Let the mixture cook to 234ºF
  8. Remove the sauce pot from the heat and let it sit for 30 seconds to allow the boiling to settle
  9. Pour the fudge into a stand mixer with a paddle attachment and add the chocolate chips
  10. Begin mixing on the slowest speed until it thickens and just starts to lose its shine – this is going to take about 10-minutes depending on the batch size, speed of the mixer and temperature in your kitchen.
  11. Pour the fudge into the baking pan and let it sit for a minute or two and then cover it with another layer of plastic wrap
  12. Let the fudge set in the fridge for 30-minutes to 1 hour
  13. Once set, remove the fudge from the mold by running the mold upside down under hot water
  14. Trim the fudge and cut as desired

Recommended Coffee for the Caffé Mocha Fudge: Organic Sumatran Blend

Organic Sumatran Blend – A dark roast that boasts a full-bodied flavor of roasted almond with a sweet and smooth finish. By sourcing Organic Certified coffee, we can proudly ensure our beans are carefully handled from origin to roaster.

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