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Sugarfina 2021 8 Nights of Delight Hanukkah Calendar: Now Available

ByMSAOct 26, 2021 | 13 comments

Photo of Sugarfina 8 Nights of Delight Hannukah Advent Calendar

If you celebrate Hanukkah, it's not always to find Advent Calendars suited for your holiday. Sugarfina has one!

What's Inside the Sugarfina 2021 8 Nights of Delight Hanukkah Calendar?

A celebration of candles burning bright, each lit on eight very special nights. This Hanukkah tasting collection was made for creating memories and sweet new traditions. With each passing night, a new candy is revealed, and a candle gets its light. Open each drawer to find four pieces of Kosher-certified candies to bring joy, love, peace (and all the sweets) to you and yours.

Each drawer has a number on it, and when that Hanukkah day arrives, you can get the treats and turn the drawer around so it becomes a candle in a menorah. What kinds of treats will you get?

  • Heavenly Sours
  • Cold Brew Cordials
  • Champagne Bubbles
  • Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels
  • Sugar Cookies
  • Birthday Cake Caramels
  • Dark Chocolate Toffee Almonds
  • Robin's Egg Caramels

You can scoop up this calendar at Neiman Marcus for only $24, or at Sugarfina for $28.

What else should you know? This calendar may also be available at local retailers.

Check out our list of 2021 advent calendars; you're sure to find something for your loved ones--and more for yourself!

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Of course it is hard to find an advent calendar for a non-Christian holiday. Advent is literally the time Christians anticipate and prepare for Christmas and the second rising. Why can’t other holidays be celebrated in a way that is meaningful and culturally/religiously appropriate for that holiday instead of an offensive knock-off of christmas?

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I get the idea Rach is going for here tho… Technically, Advent/Christmas is a Christian holiday, so of course finding an “Advent” calendar for a different religion that is celebrated the same time of year will be difficult. But the phrase “offensive knockoff of Christmas” is not cool.

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Right, but I was responding to what Rach said about Advent calendars being hard to find (which is what the reviewer said at the end), not that this was an Advent calendar itself.


But Hanukkah is an 8 day holiday where small gifts are given each of the 8 days. So how is it that people are so perplexed by the idea of a calendar having 8 days worth of small gifts for Hanukkah???? This has NOTHING to do with Advent calendars or looking for “an advent calendar” for a different religion. Why does everything have to be viewed as a comparison to or in view of Christmas – can’t those of the Jewish faith just have their own holiday (that, fyi, may or may not fall close to Christmas – Hanukkah is on the same day each year on the Hebrew calendar, but the Hebrew calendar does not coincide with the traditional calendar year, so Hanukkah actually moves around each year relative to Christmas).

Mary L.

But this isn’t an Advent calendar. It’s a Hannukah calendar.

I’m not Jewish, but I’ve always been under the impression that people get a small gift each day of Hannukah. So this box actually makes more sense for that that holiday than an Advent calendar does for Christmas. Traditionally, Christians don’t get gifts for every day of Advent.

Beth In Oklahoma

Wow. Did you really just say that?

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Are you serious right now Rach? Not only did ABSOLUTLEY NO ONE say anything even remotely close to what you are claiming but any “Advent” calendar that includes makeup or expensive candy or Lego figurines or literally any other trivial thing is itself an offensive knock-off of Christmas. And a big thank you to Mary L. who put it perfectly, Hanukah celebration pre-dates Christmas.

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Mary L.

I don’t see anyone here asking for for “Advent calendars” for non-Christian holidays. I think Suzi is saying she wishes more companies would offer “Hannukah calendars” which don’t seem any more offensive than the array of Advent calendars that seek to commercialize a holy season.

As a Christian, I find Advent calendars to be fun, but there is nothing culturally or religiously significant about getting a new beauty item, beer or chocolate for each day of the season.

Also, I’m not sure we can classify Hannukah as an “offensive knock-off of Christmas” when its celebration pre-dates Christmas.

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Good reply Mary L.! I think most of us can agree that the “holiday” season (aka gift giving season,) is way different than the actual religious holidays that are meant to be celebrated during this time. I keep the two separate because frankly, one has nothing to do with the other. People can enjoy their “advent” ahem, holiday calenders to their hearts’ desire. All it pretty much is is money spent.

Kate K.

Can anyone speak to the value of this? Is $24 a reasonable price?

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According to the Neiman Marcus site it’s only half an ounce of each type of candy, with the total net weight of 4 ounces. If that information is indeed correct, then this is obscenely overpriced. Godiva chocolates would cost you much less.

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Kate K.

Thanks Juju! I did end up doing the math and realizing that yes…this is ridiculously overpriced.


Love this. I wish more companies did this.

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