Whisky Ornaments

Nov 7, 2017

Category: Vices

The holidays are here already. And for most that means decorating, visiting with family, and filling up on hearty foods. And what goes better with those than enjoying a nice stiff drink? Well now – as a gift for friends, family, or yourself – you can get festive with your whisky, thanks to the ONE Bauble Gift Set.

Yes, these are actual Christmas ornaments you can hang on your tree. And, yes, they are actually filled with whisky you can drink – six blends, actually, from different locales around the British Isles. Each bauble contains about 1.7 ounces of the delicious spirit, which you can hang on your tree until Christmas Day or just pluck off the branches on an as-needed basis (the holidays are pretty stressful, after all). The six bauble set will run you only $39, so why not make it an even dozen?

Purchase: $39

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