My Favourite Father’s Day Picks

Woot toot for Father’s Day! But OH MY are they a tricky bunch to buy for…

If you’re bored of steak knives, ties, pants and are stuck for some inspiration and affordable brilliance, then look no further – I have done it all for you.

Here are my top picks for the dads in our lives, so you’ll be all wrapped up and ready for the 21st June.

You’re welcome.

1. Master of Malt Father’s Day Whisky Tasting Set – £72.85

This Father’s Day Whisky Tasting Set makes the perfect present with 10x 3cl samples of some of the finest whiskies in the world.

This superb set includes famous drams from Islay, Speyside and even the USA. A very special gift for that very special dad!

2. Wick & Tallow Jasmine & Ylang Ylang Scented Candle – £35

Wick & Tallow candles are perfect for dads – they’re so manly with their black packaging and vibrant coloured candles… Boys like smelly stuff too and with these candles they can still flex their muscles and keep their manliness intact. Phew.

3. Mighty Fine Chocolate Box Of Eight Flavoured Chocbots – £8.95

Solid chocolate robots in a galaxy of flavours.

Their mission is to bold go where no chocolate has gone before; to explore new worlds of flavours and discover new types of chocolate life-form. This spaceship includes two chocbots of each flavour. 2 x Salted Caramel, 2 x Orange, 2 x Strawberry, 2 x Milk Chocolate. Designed in space. Handmade in England.

4. THORNBACK & PEEL Box Of Three Sardine Hankies – 19.95

Thornback & Peel, the British makers of hand screen-printed products, offer a beautiful collection of handkerchiefs, like these sardine ones above. This Father’s Day, they are also offering a gift that can fit any one-of-a-kind dad with the launch of a bespoke hanky box service.

5. Men’s Society Beard Grooming Kit – £25

Beards are IN and if your dad is sporting one, this beard grooming kit is perfect for keeping his wayward whiskers in check. This kit contains all the essential products needed to help soften, moisturise and style his moustache and beard and you can choose to have ‘For the Daddy of All Beards’ on the front or ‘Damn Handsome’. Tough choice.

6. World’s Hottest Chilli Powders In A Matchbox – £6

Something so strong in something so small…

This explosive box contains some of the hottest chilli powders ever tested, including current world champion Scorpion Moruga (2,000,000 SHU), a former world hottest Butch T (1,500,000 SHU), the legendary 7 Pot (1,300,000 SHU) , and the ten minute burner Ghost powder (1,000,000 SHU). Each one is beautifully presented in a corked glass bottle and is sure to blow his head off.

If that’s what you’re going for.

7. HYMN Man Flu Tin – £10

Does what it says on the tin.

Fill this racing green coloured tin with whatever you think your dad will need to get him through his darkest hour; Tissues, paracetamol, jelly babies… go mad and he will be forever grateful… achoo.

8. Henry J Socks Sock Subscription – £17.95 for 3 months (longer subscriptions are available)

A sock subscription! Hurrah! Your dad will be sent socks directly every month… and each time a little sock surprise plops onto his doormat he’ll be reminded how BRILLIANT and THOUGHTFUL you are.

It’s all about you, after all.

Happy shopping and have a wonderful Father’s Day!

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6 thoughts on “My Favourite Father’s Day Picks

  1. Aw, what a brilliant post! I’m always struggling to find things for my dad for fathers day! I love the candles and the chocolates though! :) x

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