The 10 Best advent calendars
Christmas might be 31 days away, but you’ve only got a week left to get ready for the festive count-down...
Thursday 22 November 2012
Montezuma's has become one of Britain's leading and most innovative luxury chocolate makers. Its offering this year has a surprise flavour each day.
You won't get a better value advent calendar; kids don't care if the chocolate is luxury or not. Themes include Thomas the Tank Engine and Hello Kitty.
There can be few tastes more Christmassy than gingerbread. This calendar contains delicious gingerbread treats for every day up to Christmas.
Why save the festive taste of marzipan for the Christmas cake? You can tuck into a piece of Niederegger's legendary marzipan every single day.
Makers of the most innovative and delectable Christmas chocolates year after year – there's a 40 per cent milk chocolate sculpture behind each window.
The Beano comic is enjoying retro appeal, so it's no surprise that M&S has chosen it as a theme for this advent calendar. Behind each door there's a comic strip and a choccy.
With this charming Fairtrade chocolate calender you won't just be pleasing your tastebuds, you'll be supporting cocoa farmers in Ghana too.
This alternative and stupendously expensive advent calendar has a different 3cl sample of top-notch whisky each day, including a 50-year-old one from a £350 bottle.
The chocolatiers to the Queen have created the ultimate advent calendar. Behind each window is a differently flavoured truffle made from the finest chocolate.
Inside this reusable red hessian bag are 24 numbered bags, each containing two seasonal chocolate shapes to hide around the house. A great twist on convention.
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