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Our Favourite Boozy Advent Calendars

The Gin Advent Calendar Bottling Note

The Gin Advent Calendar Bottling Note
The Gin Advent Calendar Bottling Note

24 days, 24 mini bottles of gin. Some you’ll recognise, and some you’ll probably come to love. Someone get the tonic on tap.

£124.95, Master of Malt.

Aldi’s Wine Advent Calendar

Aldi's Wine Advent Calendar
Aldi’s Wine Advent Calendar

At only £49.99 this works out at around £2 a bottle. In stores from 1st November, the calendar is expected to be a sell out so you better be quick.

The Sparkling Fizz Advent Calendar

The Sparkling Fizz Advent Calendar
The Sparkling Fizz Advent Calendar

Behind each door, a 20cl bottle of sparkling wine is ready for you to drink and enjoy, including Prosecco, Cava, Sparkling Pinot Noir and Rose from Italy, Spain and Australia.

£125, Amazon.

Christmas Wine and Prosecco Advent Calendar

Christmas Wine and Prosecco Advent Calendar
Christmas Wine and Prosecco Advent Calendar

A mixed selection of red, white, rosé, mulled wine and Prosecco, presented in a very cute festive box. A fair amount cheaper than some of the other advent calendars, too!

£55, Amazon.

Christmas Tree Beer Advent

Christmas Tree Beer Advent
Christmas Tree Beer Advent

If beer is more your thing, this 69cm high calendar (and a star that you get to put on top) contains 25 different British craft beer bottles.

£75, Best of British Beer

The Wine Advent Calendar

The Wine Advent Calendar
The Wine Advent Calendar

Behind specially designed ‘wine windows’ are 24 large glasses of award-winning wines, including 10 reds, 10 whites, two rosés, one Prosecco – and one mini Laurent-Perrier La Cuvee Champagne!

£79.99, Virgin Wines.

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Margaret Gallagher
    April 7, 2019 at 10:50 am

    Can’t wait for Christmas this year
    Wonderful way to celebrate

  • Reply
    How to Pour Champagne Properly... - Rendre Grace
    April 24, 2019 at 10:00 am

    […] to avoid? Filling your glass up too quickly. “Slow and steady wins the race. Don’t pour the Prosecco or sparkling wine in one go. Start with a splash, then wait for the bubbles to settle before […]

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