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NEW FOR 2023 - FUNKE WHISTLING PALMS 100 SHOT FINALE CAKE

NEW FOR 2023 - FUNKE WHISTLING PALMS 100 SHOT FINALE CAKE

If you're a fan of the Angry Tigers barrage, then you're going to love Whistling Palms by Funke Fireworks! This remarkable firework is like an Angry Tigers on steroids, with a staggering 1000 grams of explosive content and a rapid-fire pace that launches all 100 shots in just 30 seconds.

Whistling Palms is a truly breathtaking sight to behold. Corkscrewing tails burst forth from the firework, giving rise to enormous, multicoloured palms that paint the sky with a kaleidoscope of excitement. Serpent-like spinners wriggle upwards, screaming and whistling in a harmonious symphony.

The sound effects of Whistling Palms are just as impressive as its visuals. Intense sound effects accompany the dazzling bursts, creating an all-encompassing sensory experience.

Whistling Palms is not just an ordinary firework; it's a grand finale in its own right. It's guaranteed to grab the undivided attention of everyone fortunate enough to witness its excellence. Get ready for a remarkable onslaught that will linger in your memory long after the night sky clears.

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