Australian Whisky Advent Calendar 2021 Edition 25 x 30ml Samples
These calendars sell-out every year so don’t miss out.
25 x 30ml samples
Edition: 2021 4th Release
Release Date: September 30th 2021
Here we go again with the smell of Christmas in the air and we have bad news for some, and great news for others. The bad news is, if we’re still in lockdown come Christmas time, Santa’s going to get alfalfa beans and kale instead of cookies and milk and there’ll be NO whisk(e)y for Rudolph this year either! ☹ The great news is, our friends at White Possum have once again curated their fourth, annual Australian Whisky Advent-Calendar, designed to take whisky lovers on a month-long December ride of handmade Australian goodness.
Nicknamed ‘123 Years of Escher’, the calendar design is a tribute to Dutch artist M. C. Escher who passed away 123 years ago. There’re over two dozen whiskies boiling under its canvas, so the only thing left to do is to grab your favourite tasting glass, some peace and quiet and a comfortable seat.
This year, the team showcase some extraordinary new whisky releases from distilleries that have been working hard behind the scenes for years. These include peated and unpeated single malts, whiskies finished in bourbon, sherry, port and muscat casks, a couple of rye whiskies, a few single barrel releases and more. Some of these beauties have won major international awards while others are ‘undiscovered gems’ few have heard of.
Behind each door is a bottle of premium Australian whisky, presented in one of White Possums signature 30ml matte-black glass bottles. With names like Bakery Hill, Overeem, Chief’s Son, Fleurieu, Loch, Adams, Backwoods, Old Kempton, Starward, Archie Rose and Kinglake (just to name a few), you’re in for a real treat.
If you’re gifting this set, we’ve got you covered. The Advent Calendars are always shipped in plain brown boxes with no order details so the surprise won’t be ruined.
Please note: The entire calendar weighs over 3kg with many moving parts and a colourful graphic, so all we ask is to keep it well away from small children (or any person under the age of 18). 😉