Truffles became all the rage in the late 1800s, both alluring and delicious, and has grown in shape and stature every since. Chocolate was enjoyed by Mesoamericans for centuries and, in the 1600s, Europeans. In the late-1800s, fudge was made by Vassar girls in their dorm rooms on weekends. Its popularity spread to other girls' colleges and, eventually, around the world. Both candies are united in this rich, chocolatey confection. Comes with three in a bag and a tag with the history on the back and a painting by Toulouse-Lautrec (1895) on the front. YUM.