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Agwa Coca Leaf Liqueur + 2 Glasses 700ml (Case of 6) [6650]
This is one of 3500+ products you will find at WebCellars.com.au. Delivery from only $8.95. Agwa De Bolivia Coca Leaf Liquor is made from the finest Bolivian Coca Leaves. The coca leaves are shippedunder armed guard from Bolivia and handcrafted in Amsterdam. Agwa is not just renowned for its unique and great taste but more for the secret energy that lies in all its drinks and cocktails....    
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