Decadent Desserts Gift Box
Delightfully aromatic spices with dessert recipes that satisfy all the senses.
Lemon Saffron Cake (Saffron & Turmeric),
Fyrstekake (Cardamom), Cardamom Brownies (Cardamom),
Pear Tarte Tatin (Dusk), and Zoolbia Bamieh (Saffron)
Lovely striped Kraft gift box containing these four special spices in our standard jars with delicious recipes and the above message, tied with a Local Spicery bow.
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