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we had confectionery.
my family appreciated the light mild flaor and soulful taste.
but found everything little expensive
Thank Manisha A
Maison_Lenotre, Community Manager at Lenotre Bastille, responded to this reviewResponded 20 July 2018
Thanks Manisha A for your feedback that we appreciate very much ! I Your message will be transmitted to our team of Bastille which will be delighted to know that you appreciated the experience.
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