Think you’re too old for an advent calendar? Think again. The Master of Malt has created the ultimate way to prepare yourself for the Christmas season and stay warm during the month of December with boozy advent calendars.
For those of you who have forgotten what an advent calendar is, it’s a special calendar used to countdown the days in anticipation of Christmas. The doors of the calendar are usually filled with chocolate, but Master of Malt put a new twist on the idea by filling them with liquor. The best part is, there’s a calendar to suit everyone’s taste. Master of Malt has Drinks by the Dram whisky advent calendars (Whisky Advent and Premium Whisky Advent), gin advent calendars made with the help of the Gin Foundry (Ginvent Calendar and Botanical Ginvent Calendar), Cognac, Rum, Vodka, and Tequila advent calendars.
The calendars are available now, so get yours before the official start of advent on Sunday, November 30. The only problem? Most are over $200 each. If you’re not into liquor, or just plain can’t afford the Master of Malt calendars, check out this cool DIY beer advent calendar instead.
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