Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Advent Calendar

Nov 6, 2018

Category: Vices

When we were kids, we loved the idea of an advent calendar — every day a different sweet treat. And while the concept is still alluring, the content (bits of chocolate, usually) leaves us a bit wanting now that we’re older and our tastes have changed. The folks at Jack Daniel’s have seemed to figure out how to even the score, however, with their new Whiskey Advent Calendar.

Perfect for counting down the days until Christmas, this spirit-filled calendar boasts 23 mini bottles of bourbon from across the brand’s range of sipping whiskeys — including their Tennessee Whiskey, Tennessee Honey, Tennessee Fire, Gentleman Jack, and Single Barrel. But that’s not all; behind window number seven (a reference to the brand’s “Old No. 7” label), you’ll find a 5cl key ring hip flask — perfect for taking any of these bourbons on the go. No word on price, but the calendar will be available mid-November at ASDA (a British supermarket chain) and on the brand’s online shop.

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