The Yule Lads, or Yulemen, (Icelandic: jólasveinarnir or jólasveinar) are characters from Icelandic folklore who in modern times have become the Icelandic version of Santa Claus. There are thirteen of these characters. They put rewards or punishments into shoes placed by children in window sills during the last thirteen nights before Christmas Eve. Every night, one Yuletide lad visits each child, leaving gifts or rotting potatoes, depending on the child’s behavior throughout the year.
Icelandic Name: Jóla kötturinn
English Translation: Yule Cat
Description: A beast that eats children who don’t receive new clothes for Christmas.
Chill the Icelandic Gabbro-rocks in a freezer for at least two hours.
Place 2-3 rocks in a glass and pour the drink they are sufficient to cool a double measure.
The drink is chilled without being diluted.
Wash them rocks and let them dry before placing them back in the freezer.
Nine Gabbro-rocks in each package.
Warning: Excessive alcohol consumption may impair you’re judgement.
Be careful not to swallow the rocks.
Size and weight.
Hight: 90 mm
Length: 66 mm
Width: 2 mm
Weight: 36 gramms