After 21 years of chocolate, booze is a welcome change. These alcohol-filled advent calendars are strictly for adults only — whether you’ve been naughty or nice.
The Pip Stop’s Superstar Sparkling Wine advent calendar features bottles of sparkling wines, including Prosecco, cava, Champagne, and sparkling rosé. For now, it’s only available in the U.K., but a (U.S.-based) sparkling wine-lover can dream.
GiveThemBeer’s take on the advent calendar isn’t for people playing around: there are “no tiny one glass bottles in this gift.” There are 12 whole bottles of wine in here, each hiding behind a secret, festive little door.
Another U.K.-based calendar, this masterpiece from Tipsy Tree is so cute it can be repurposed as your year-round wine holder. How could you not!?
The 24 bourbons, gins, and vodkas in this box are all made by Heritage Distilling Co., a Washington-based craft distillery. There’s a flavor for everyone: brown sugar bourbon, lavender vodka, and a seasonal one are among the offerings.
Last year, Vinebox’s advent calendar just for winos sold out in four weeks flat, so you’ll want to sign up for their reminder email, stat. The box comes with a dozen different wines, each in a test tube-like container.
The price tag on Drinks By The Dram’s kit is hefty, but you’re not getting run of the mill tipples. Every tequila is high-quality, like a sampler of Don Julio 1942 Tequila and limited edition tasters.
This one comes from That Boutique-y Gin Company, so it’s filled with — you guessed it — 24 gins all independently made in England.
Like everything else at Aldi, this gift is CHEAP: Each of the 24 mini bottles of booze inside comes to about $2.50. Plus, the box is pretty enough to leave out. It’s coming to the U.S. November 7th.
This oft-sold out creation isn’t yet available — but it will be soon. Not only will you get your classic reds, whites, and rosés here, but you’re also looking at a bottle of port. Cheers!
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