Festive Favourites

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This year at Mademoiselle Macaron will include our biggest range of festive favourites yet; we just couldn't choose from the flavours we've created! Pre-order your box for dispatch commencing first week of November.  The collection will be perfect for gifting to enjoy on cosy evenings in, or, taking along to Christmas parties. Because a macaron isn't just for Christmas Day!  Our gift boxes will be supplied in equal quantities of the following delicious and beautifully decorated festive macarons: - Black Forest (black with bronze splatter decoration)  - Red Velvet (red with red shard decoration)  - Caramel Butter Popcorn (white with gold crunch sprinkle decoration)  - Pear & Cinnamon (green with holographic shimmer decoration)  - Hot Chocolate with bitter orange (brown with white chocolate decoration) - Trifle (gold)  Ideal for the discerning Madame or Monsieur this festive season. All macarons are gluten free, all do contain dairy, eggs and nuts. 

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