We challenge you to find any dad who doesn’t think he’s King of the Grill – and what better way to crown him than with this Tabletop BBQ Smoker? Compact, versatile and allows him to BBQ and smoke his favourite meats for a sure-fire way to impress his friends and family for years to come. It even comes with a thermometer to monitor internal temperature, so you can wave goodbye to anaemic-looking meat, and the adjustable vents and wood chips guarantee the tastiest smoked flavours around.
Chocolate connoisseurs will be thrilled by these new chocolate bars from Swiss power-house Läderach, created by the current reigning World Chocolate Master, Elias Läderach himself! Ergonomically designed with stylish grooves that help deliver a satisfying snap, what better way to tell your dad you love him than with a range of high quality, luxury chocolate that tastes as incredible as it looks? Appealing to every type of chocolate lover, the range includes White, Blond Caramel, Milk, Grand Cru Madagascar 64%, Grand Cru Ecuador 70% and Grand Cru Trinidad 80%. Your dad can even elevate his experience further by scanning the QR code in the packaging for more information about the individual flavours and the art of correct chocolate tasting – fancy!
If you’re from a big family, dreams of celebrating with a meal at a fancy restaurant are dashed again, and with storms predicted and limits on just six indoors still, why not show your love from afar with a meal kit this year? Firm favourite Côte is offering an indulgent Côte at Home Rib Eye Steak Box, giving Hawksmoor a real run for its money. Treat your dad to three exceptional courses, including a 10oz ribeye with rosemary salt, confit potato, creamed spinach and truffle and red wine jus, as well as an included Father’s Day card and complimentary Meteor French lager gift set to boot – you’ll be the favourite daughter in no time!
Your dad’s in for a treat if you snap up one of these boozy sets for him from three of the world’s best bars! This Father’s Day gift set is a bourbon and whisky based collection of drinks, with each cocktail from a different bar, meaning he’ll get to experience a full range of differences and variations. Not only that, but they’re throwing in a pair of Speakeasy at Home Rocks Glasses with each set. Expect a Smoky Coconut Old Fashioned from Bar Swift, Shimamoto Old Fashioned from Oriole and Toronto Old Fashioned from Nightjar, with each pouch containing 2 serves, so you can enjoy the boozy best that all three bars can conjure up with him.
With recent stats showing socks are the most disappointing gifts to open on Father’s Day, why not break the cycle of boring presents and treat him to something more exciting, craftily disguised as a pair of socks? This unique gift contains a secret QR code that, once scanned, will send him to an incredible range of experiences, including zorbing and supercar driving to gourmet dinners and overnight glamping breaks.
With your reunion likely to still be outdoors this year, why not amp up your picnic game with this Summer Fizz Picnic Hamper – not only perfect for your celebration, but helps him impress your mum on summer dates over the coming months, with its fancy traditional wicker basket and crockery and cutlery which can be used for years to come. He’ll be having lunch alfresco instead of al desko all summer long.
If your dad has become really into craft beer over the last few years, he’ll adore the Pinter, which helps him make 10 pints of his own lager, IPA, pilsner or fruit cider from the comfort of his own home. Beautifully designed, innovative and creating the freshest beer he’ll ever taste, you’ll even be able to organise the fresh press delivered through his letterbox on a subscription basis, so he’ll never need to reach for a generic beer again! Genius.
Want to celebrate this Father’s Day after last year’s restrictions? Look no further than the 1.5l Magnum from Capel Down, ideal for sharing or simply as a gift for the man who has everything. An blend of four classic grape varieties and a great example of a quality English sparkling wine, you can expect aromas of red apple, lemongrass and freshly baked read together with hints of strawberry and quince on the palate and fine persistent bubbles.