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Spruce Up Your Christmas Tree With This Whisky Decoration. Yes, Whisky

Good whisky we bring to you and your kin.
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We love Christmas. We do. But if you plan to trap us in an enclosed space with extended family for a long period of time, we need alcohol. And a lot of it.

The Lakes Distillery knows our struggle. And they have a solution: boozified Christmas decorations. The British spirits company now sells Christmas baubles filled with the best alcohol from the British Isles. It’s bloody genius.

Esquire approves.

Photo by The Lakes Distillery.
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Photo by The Lakes Distillery.

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The baubles are made of plastic, not glass, so you don’t have to worry about it shattering, catching fire, and burning down the entire tree. The alcohol variants of the baubles are The Lakes Distillery’s whisky, gin, and vodka—depending on how drunk you plan to get on Christmas. Naturally, we’re biased toward the whisky.

It’s the perfect invention to keep you drunk during the holidays. And we’re sure The Lakes Distillery’s array of alcohol will get you through your uncle’s political tirade or your great aunt’s unfiltered comments about your weight gain. We know, Tita Leonora.

Photo by The Lakes Distillery.
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A bauble is priced at £17.95 (or P1,170.93) while a set of six costs £29.95 (P1,953.73). The distillery ships internationally via The Whisky Shop if you’re really in need of this cheeky bauble this Christmas.

Christmas just got more fun with these trinkets. Just make sure to drink up when Christmas Eve arrives. One should never waste whisky.

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