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A video went viral over social media of people waiting in long queues in front of Glace Bachir (Bachir Ice Cream) at Rambuteau, in Paris, France.
Bachir Ice Cream is known for its exquisite ice cream of fresh flavors and also – and maybe mainly – the sought-after Lebanese Ashta ice cream generously wrapped with pistachios.
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Dating back to 1936, Bachir Ice Cream originates from a family business established by the brothers, Maurice and Edward Bachir in the town of Bikfaya.
The two brothers married two sisters, Marie-Antoinette and Yvette Bejjani, and all four started preparing authentic Lebanese flavored ice cream in their backyard.
Since then, it has been expanding all over Lebanon and exporting the delicious Lebanese ice cream to the Lebanese and non-Lebanese living in Paris, France, and Brazil.
La queue devant Glace Bachir🇱🇧 à Paris🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/QQvzkjpq0w— ᖇOᑎ ᖴᗩᖇᖇᗩ (@RonFarra) July 12, 2022
La queue devant Glace Bachir🇱🇧 à Paris🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/QQvzkjpq0w