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Roses & Black Forest Cake | Send Flowers & Cakes to Ahmedabad

Suprise him or her on birthday, anniversery, valentines' or on any special day with this classic combo of Pink roses with black forest cake. The combo offers 12 Pink Roses bouquet tied with a pink Ribbon with a delicious Black Forest Cake -1/2 Kg. The sumptuous black forest cake is an ideal option as a gift for love birds. The cake is complimented with a big bunch of Pink fresh Roses. It will be an overwhelming option for your beloved staying in India.

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