Limited Edition Advent Calendar



Product Code: X46001

The Must-have Advent Calendar is here!

Start off the Christmas Season with 24 great gifts from Santa’s Mini Carlucccio’s Store!


Please get in touch with us if you want to find out more about this product. Inside you will find a selection of our best products including: panettone, marmellata di clementine, olio al tartufo bianco, tartufi neri, limoncello di sorrento tartufi al cappuccino, amaretti tradizionali, cinghiale, gianduiotti fondenti, crema di olive nere, porcini, risotto con funghi e tartufi, torcetti classici, baci di dama, confettura di fichi, biscotti all'albicocca, aceto balsamico di modena i.g.p, le due sorelle, masserini, pesto di peperoncino, pandorino Veneto & gianduiotti

2 reviews

Unique gift (for yourself!)

Posted by Andrew Burnett on November 10, 2018

Last year’s calendar was awesome; a great way to try out some of the Carluccios range that you may not have tried. I always looked forward to opening the next day’s door as the food was Carluccios quality, albeit in much smaller sizes (sauces are half the size of the regular size for example). Great packaging and a great idea very well executed. Exact contents differed quite a bit from the photo, however.

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Posted by Jessy on November 7, 2018

Great adult advent calendar! I love the packaging and am so excited to open it up.


Piedmonte is the second largest region of Italy located to the north west of the country. It's largest city and the original capital to Italy is Turin, the bustling business and culture hub of northern Italy. Turin is covered in a mixture of 16th and 18th century renaissance, baroque and neo classical architecture. Fans of Juventus FC, one of Italy’s best football teams, will swarm the nearby architecture. Moving away from the cities, Piedmonte is known for its connection to the Alps, almost half of the region is covered by mountains making it one of Italy’s top skiing destinations. The geography of the region generates great agricultural farm land for vegetation to flourish. It is best known for its growing of grapes and production of wine including the famous Barolo. Other than wine, the region is known to produce a vast amount of Italian risotto rice on the flatter plains because of the drain off from the river Po.

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