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Chocolate Candies Mishka Kosolapiy

Sweets Mishka Kosolapiy - honey grill - an unusual format of the old good Bears. Soft, malleable grillage made from crushed nuts filled with natural honey, covered with chocolate glaze.
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Sweets Mishka Kosolapiy - honey grill - an unusual format of the old good Bears. Soft, malleable grillage made from crushed nuts filled with natural honey, covered with chocolate glaze. Sweets melt in the mouth, easily bite, revealing all facets of taste: a rich nutty, tender honey and tart chocolate.

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