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One Bite: the most painfully sweet thing you'll ever eat

Just when you think there's no culinary frontier to cross?that nothing in this burg will surprise or challenge your jaded palate?you're knocked to your knees by something so extreme you almost fear to utter its name. For you, foodlum, I present the Malort of melliferousness, the bhut jolokia of dulcitude, the Santorum of sweetness: I give you Doraji ka mashoor gola ganda.
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