Baileys Has Launched Boozy Advent Calendars For The Christmas Countdown
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You can now count down to Christmas with an indulgent Baileys advent calendar, which has miniature bottles of the Irish cream and other delicious treats hidden behind each window.
The luxuriously boozy calendars are available from Debenhams for just £18, and will provide delicious treats goodies right up until Christmas eve.
Enjoy a Baileys chocolate truffle every day through December, up until the last three days before Christmas where you'll instead be treated to a mini bottle of the Irish cream liqueur.
There's the classic liqueur we all know and love, as well as two flavoured ones - coffee and orange truffle.
The creamy coffee liqueur is said to be a blend of rich, roasted coffee beans and the Irish cream, and can transform cocktails and desserts into luxurious treats.
Orange truffle Baileys is described as the 'ultimate indulgence' this winter, and combines the liqueur with a rich, melt-in-your-mouth orange truffle flavour.
The tipple is best served over ice, and you can grate orange zest over the top of the drink before serving to bring out the flavours.
"Enjoy a Baileys chocolate truffle every day until the weekend before Christmas when three mini bottle's of delicious Baileys are unveiled for a perfect celebration on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th," reads the product description. "The perfect adult advent calendar to celebrate the Christmas countdown."
Advent calendars aren't the only indulgent treat from Baileys this season either, as the spirits brand has just released booze-infused tubs of chocolatey ice cream, so grab a spoon and dig in.
Baileys' 'chocolate secret' ice cream contains 13 per cent alcohol, is smothered in rich, chocolate sauce and the frozen treat tastes just like the bourbon-based spirit.
Supermarket giant Tesco is selling 500ml tubs of the stuff for £4.50, and you can also pick up a pot online from Ocado for a slightly pricier £4.99.
Because it contains alcohol, you will need to be over 18 to buy some of the 'chocolate secret' treat from supermarkets.
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