Father's Day gift guidePosted on: 13 June 2017 by Eloise Craven-Todd
From food and drink lovers to the more outdoorsy types, this Father's Day gift guide has got you covered.
A 30-second daily cleansing brush (£85) that exfoliates deep into the skin to boost circulation, strengthening and improving the condition of skin and making way for a smooth, close shave.
Depending on how your dad brews his coffee, Union will grind the coffee so suit that method to ensure he gets a perfect cup out on the go in an insulated travel mug (£48).
The grills (£419) can be placed on any flat surface. When the sun shines simply click the ignition and you are ready to cook in less than a minute – Ideal for small garden, patios and balconies.
With beers from across the globe, the eclectic selection (£20) is bound to please even the most seasoned craft beer lover.
This two-piece set (£40) includes a soft cheese knife and sommelier corkscrew (£40.00) made from high quality fully forged steel with handles made from Pakka Wood.
Fresh and floral, this gin (£27) is clean, sweet, full-bodied and aromatic with a long-lasting dry and crisp finish handcrafted by infusing five locally foraged botanicals.
The ultimate gift for motor loving Dads, this collection (£42.50) from the Biscuiteers features some classic, stylish cars. The tastiest thing on four wheels and a perfect treat to enjoy as a family.
For fathers that want to take their music anywhere, the headphones (£59.99) are lightweight and have up to 10-hours of battery life, making them ideal for those on a workout both outdoors and indoors.
This British blended whisky (£39.95) brings together the finest aged whiskies from around the British Isles, as sourced by their Master Distiller.
All prices correct on publication
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