Jack Daniel’s Launch Whiskey Advent Calendar With 1.2 Litres Of Booze In
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas. Just like the ones I used to know, where the treetops glisten and children listen, to hear sleigh bells in the snow. I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, with every Christmas card I write may your days be merry and bright and may all your Christmases be white.
Not my words of course, but those of veteran crooner Bing Crosby bringing to life Irving Berlin’s lyrics in White Christmas.
Well Bing, I dont mean to be disrespectful, but I’m dreaming of something other than a white Christmas. That’s right, I’m talking about BOOZE!
Look at this brand spanking new Jack Daniel’s advent calendar set to make December pretty flippin’ merry.
Erm, I’ll have a bit of THAT! I usually drink first thing in the morning anyway but now I can do so with a little bit of class…
The festive take on the calendar (which usually caters to chocolate-lovers) will cost £60 but hey, you can’t put a price-tag on a good time can you, especially if your ‘good time’ constitutes drinking whiskey every single day until Christmas! Woo!
On sale at Asda, the calendar contains different varieties of Jack Daniel’s including Tennessee Honey, Tennessee Fire, Gentlemen Jack and Single Barrel, reports The Sun. That’s fancy talk for what I like to call ‘a whole lotta whiskey!’
In the seventh window (*SPOILER ALERT*) there’s a 5cl Jack Daniel’s branded key ring hip flask. What a great little win that is!
Overall, customers will receive 1.15 litres of their favourite tipple via the calendar.
It’ll be available to buy from all Asda stores come November 19, as well as at Jack Daniel’s shops (first I’ve heard of them) from November 12.
I’ve been a bit irresponsible in my excitement here and I should go ahead and clarify, drinking in the morning is really not advisable – and neither do I do it.
If you do enjoy drinking though, make sure you do it in a responsible way please!
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