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Treats Children Leave for Santa Around the World

Treats , Children Leave for Santa , Around the World. In the United States, it is customary to leave milk and cookies for Santa Claus. Australia: , Beer and cookies. December is a summer month in Australia, making beer a treat for Santa. Ireland: , A pint of Guinness. Irish children typically leave the late night pick-me-up near the tree. England: , A glass of sherry wine. The sherry is meant to warm Saint Nick on a cold Christmas night. It's often paired with mince pie. France: , Carrots, biscuits and shoes. The biscuits for Santa and carrots for the reindeer are left in shoes at night, replaced by gifts in the morning. Germany: , Handwritten letters. The Germans write to the "Christkind," a sort of Christmas angel, in exchange for gifts
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