An Advent Calendar with a difference, Glencairn Glass jewellery, glass Angels and whisky-scented candles are among the range of Christmas gifts for whisky lovers available from Scottish firm Angels’ Share Glass.

  • Scotch Whisky Advent Calendar

Whisky enthusiasts will love this limited edition Calendar which contains a range of 25 miniature bottles of scotch whisky as well as a glass to drink their daily dram.

The Calendar features a selection of single malts, blended malts, single grain and blended scotch whisky from a variety of independent bottlers including Wemyss Malts, Shetland Reel, The Lost Distillery Company, Secret Spirits and Single Cask Nation.

The Standard Edition costs £325 and includes a lapel pin plus a booklet featuring details on all the bottlers and with space for tasting notes on each whisky.

The Collector’s Edition costs £650 and comes in a felt-lined rosewood case as well as including a unique handmade whisky water dropper created by Angels’ Share Glass.

The Stirling firm’s co-founder and Managing Director Karen Somerville says: “Why open the doors of an advent calendar every day in December to reveal just a chocolate when you could be receiving a miniature of scotch whisky, from a top-notch independent bottler, instead?

“This is a fantastic gift for whisky lovers which adds to the festive spirit in the run up to Christmas.”

Angels’ Share Glass is the only UK stockist of the exclusive Whisky Advent Calendar which is produced by Canadian drinks company Secret Spirits.

  • Glencairn Glass Jewellery

This exclusive range of Glencairn Glass jewellery features earrings, cufflinks and a whisky glass charm bracelet which are perfect for Christmas gifts.

The £20 earrings are in the shape of the iconic Glencairn Glass and come presented in a top-quality box which can be gift-wrapped.

There are also whisky glass enamel cufflinks from Glencairn Crystal which cost £25 and include a branded presentation box.

And a real talking point is the beautiful charm bracelet which features seven whisky glasses and costs £26.

Karen says: “These are great gifts for anyone who wants to wear their love for whisky on their sleeve, ears or wrists!

“The jewellery is a great talking point for special evenings out and events and the pieces all come in lovely gift boxes.”

Angels’ Share Glass also offers a gift-wrapping service from `Wrapistry by Cherene’ which includes various wrap and bow options.

  • Limited Edition Rosebank Whisky Angel

This beautiful limited edition angel is filled with a rare Lowland Single Malt from the former Rosebank Distillery near Falkirk, Stirlingshire.

It’s from the Rare Malts Selection which is a collection of scarce, cask strength whiskies from Scotland’s finest distilleries.

The glass Angel would make a lovely Christmas gift for a collector with just 25 of the creations available.

Each one is handmade with a sterling silver rose, a silver halo and white wings and filled with 25ml of 20-year-old Rosebank Malt. They cost £65.

  • Whisky-scented Candles, Angels and much more

Customers can browse the Angels’ Share Glass online shop for more ideas as they try to find the perfect present for whisky aficionados.

The firm’s Whisky Bottle Candles smell amazing and are a real bargain at just £30 each.

They are made using recycled whisky bottles which have been cut and filled with `Whisky Notes’ scented pure soy wax to make unique gifts which look and smell great and last for hours.

Also ideal for Christmas presents are the firm’s signature line of glass Angels which all hold a dram of whisky captured inside the glass through a secret method.

The range includes hanging decorations, a Saltire Angel, tealight stand Angel and a miniature Angel glass decanter/bottle.

Other gifts include glasses, whisky water droppers, a mini glass hipflask and candle holders.

Angels’ Share Glass is based in Bridge of Allan, near Stirling and was established by glassmaker Tom Young and his daughter Karen Somerville in 2013.

The family firm specialises in unusual gifts for whisky lovers and more information can be found on the website at

Notes for Editors:

Angels’ Share Glass is a family-run business based in Bridge of Allan, near Stirling. The firm is co-directed by Karen Somerville and her father Tom Young – a world-renowned Master Craftsman who has been glassblowing and making lamp-work glassware for 60 years. More information about the company can be found on the website at


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