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Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted
Pralin Chocolatier Photo: Pralin Sjokoladeverksted

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Chocolate, handmade Belgium confectionery, table cards in chocolate, table cards in confectionery, chocolate courses, cakes, desserts, garnish, chocolate decorations, chocolate workshop, children's workshop, teambuilding, children's birthdays, steg/hen parties, wine and chocolate courses, courses for larger groups, company presents, venues for release events or parties, rental of chocolate fountain or whatever you can think of made out of chocolate! Pralin Chocolatier uses Barry Callebaut chocolate from Belgium.

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Pralin Chocolatier

Chocolate, handmade Belgium confectionery, table cards in chocolate, table cards in confectionery, chocolate courses, cakes, desserts, garnish,...

Pralin Chocolatier

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