Why should kids have all the fun? Just because we’re adults doesn’t mean we don’t love the thrill of opening an advent calendar window for those chosen days in December. With only a week left until December starts, you may need to grab one of these in store. Or order it online and just double up for a few days to play catch up when it arrives.
David’s Tea 24 Days of Tea
Now, this is a gorgeous advent calendar featuring 24 days of loose-leaf tea (enough for two portions every day), a limited edition spoon, and ornaments from the daily boxes. Perfect for the tea lover.
Purdy’s Home for the Holidays Advent Calendar
We adore the Canadian-made goodness of fine chocolate offered by Purdy’s, and this calendar is a chance to indulge in milk, dark and white chocolate morsels every day.
Organic Traditions 12 Days of Super Foods
Who says health nuts can’t enjoy advent calendars?! These superfoods will balance other holiday indulgences and pave the way to a healthier new year. Think smoothie powder, cacoa and sprouted chia.
$30, Available at Well.ca
My Tagalongs Advent Calendar
We love the uber-useful, travel-themed collection in these 12 Days of Christmas. We don’t want to spoil the surprises, but there are some fun and functional items hiding here.
$50, Available at Well.ca
Cadbury Dairy Milk Advent Calendar
When your favourite chocolate bar is Dairy Milk, an advent calendar offering those tasty nuggets is a very welcome treat indeed. Keep the countdown delicious with this reasonably sized and priced calendar.
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