Getting everything set up for Christmas is fun but can certainly induce a little stress. You have to go out to negotiate, purchase, and carry home a cumbersome Christmas tree. Then you get to trim the tree, but there’s the occasional shattered ornament, or debate about who gets to put the star on top of the tree. Hanging stockings is probably the easiest part, and may be a means of relief.
Depending on your age, you might remember Franzia and “slapping the bag” from college. Santa’s flask is a jolly take on an old college tradition, although we don’t recommend slapping them. These stocking flasks resemble your typical Christmas stockings, but they hold way more precious cargo than your typical stocking stuffers.
Santa’s flask holds 2.25 liters of your favorite wine or spirit. The opening is wide enough for ice cubes if you’re looking to fill your stocking flask with white wine or want to simulate your favorite liquor on the rocks. Place a cup under the spigot, turn, pour, and enjoy. You can always take a pull straight from the source, just lean your head back and open wide.