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myramani

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I just love those little bottles filled with liquor and the dreadful time I had trying to fill them without chocolate all over the kitchen and myself. Your pipette would fit the bill. I use a tiny eyedropper but this is the best yet. What I do is after the mold has the hardened chocolate coated on the sides and the bottom is unsealed, instead of pouring the liquor in first I dip the bottoms into melted chocolate so the bottom has a seal but is still empty. Then I poke a tiny hole and stick in an eyedropper filled with the liquor. Lightly touch up the hole with chocolate. So now I can't wait for your pipettes to come in. What a neat gadget that is.

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