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Chocolate Candies Cherry in Liqueur

Sweets have a domed shape with cut grooves running from the bottom to the center. The surface of all the candies is glossy, without damage. The texture is melting. The layer of chocolate is uniform - about 3 mm. Inside each candy is a whole cherry without a stone.
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Sweets have a domed shape with cut grooves running from the bottom to the center. The surface of all the candies is glossy, without damage. The texture is melting. The layer of chocolate is uniform - about 3 mm. Inside each candy is a whole cherry without a stone. Cherries are large enough, almost the same size in all sweets - an average diameter of 13 mm. The remaining volume is filled with a thick liqueur of characteristic cherry color.

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