Expand your range of beauty products
The John Lewis Beauty Advent Calendar is filled with iconic beauty brands including Laura Mercier, Charlotte Tilbury, Sisley, Dermalogica and Clinique. It’s a perfect way to try new products and, when the season is over, the calendar would make a pretty box for jewellery or keepsakes.
A children’s favourite served with chocolate
Charbonnel et Walker is one of Britain’s oldest chocolatiers and has been producing quality chocolates since 1875. It now holds a royal warrant and is based in Old Bond Street in London. Its Peter Rabbit-themed Advent calendar is available from John Lewis.
A festive feast from Fortnum & Mason
Fortnum’s Feasting Advent Calendar is an ideal way to get into the festive spirit as it’s filled with the store’s famous teas, chocolates, biscuits, jams – and even a quarter bottle of Champagne to help see you through the stresses of the season.
One for whisky lovers
The Very Old & Rare Whisky Advent Calendar is an ideal present for the whisky enthusiast. It is presented in a bespoke walnut case and the 24 30ml bottles represent some of the world’s finest whiskies, matured for decades from revered producers, many from distilleries no longer trading.
And for those who have everything…
Inspired by the luxury jeweller’s flagship store facade and designed by artist Pat Vale, Tiffany & Co’s Advent Calendar is an exclusive luxury gift. Behind every door is a gift box containing Tiffany’s jewellery, including diamond pendants and the new Tiffany 1837 Makers watch. The gifts range in value from £100 to £13,000. Did we mention its exclusivity? There was only one example available for sale in the UK, from Harrods, and it will have set the lucky buyer back £104,000.