Santa's Here Chocolate Advent Calendar 2.65 oz (75 g)
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- Each window opens revealing a piece of gourmet milk chocolate.
- Also find a verse from "Twas the Night Before Christmas
- Calendar contains 2.6 ounces of chocolate. All chocolate produced in Canada.
- Measures 10" x 13.75".
- Vermont Christmas Company will replace items damaged in transit.
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Prepare for Christmas by opening a window each day during Advent. Upon opening each window, find a wonderful piece of gourmet milk chocolate. Also find a verse from Twas the Night Before Christmas. Each Advent calendar contains 2.6 ounces of chocolate and measures 10"x13 3/4".
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This is a great early Christmas gift. This year I bought 24 with various images to pass out as early Christmas gifts to both children and adults. These calendars are always enthusiastically received. For some reason, people just don't think to buy these for themselves or their children.
Note that the allergen statement indicates a high risk for cross-contamination, including for wheat. If you want a gluten-free chocolate advents calendar, search for Madelaine's chocolate advent calendar. I contacted the company directly, and theirs are gluten-free. Also, while pricier, their chocolate is higher quality and twice as large.
I bought these to and the Lego's ones this year for our grandchildren, and both had their good points; good taste (both youngsters enjoyed them (important, because she loves most all chocolate, he is more discerning, with his autism).
Now, what didn't please me was the duplicity of the story (The Night Before Christmas); Advent is about a given Miracle, That could have been at least alluded to. The shape(s) of the chocolates could have been varied to aid the story, also.
I'll still be looking for these (Advent Calendars), and I'll pray for some small Changes, much as what was wrought on that Christmas Day, centuries ago.