Father’s Day Gift Guide


Dory Designs Handmade Waxed Canvas Dopp Kit. Personalize with initials for a special touch.


Italian Stag Handled Folding Knife from Kaufman Mercantile. (I love this website. Everything they carry is meant to last a lifetime.)


The Real Dill pickles. Try Jalapeno Honey Dills or Caraway Garlic.


Anything from Intelligentsia Coffee. You can’t get a bad bag of coffee. Trust me. Between my husband and I, we have tried at least 15 different coffees, and they range from good to ridiculously sublime. Tres Santos, Persephone, Los Inmortales, and Zirikana are some of our favorites.


The Art of Shaving has some good kits. Try the full size, or the starter kit. My husband is a fan of the Sandalwood products. Unscented has a very faint but pleasant aroma as well.


A subscription to Imbibe Magazine for the spirits lover.


Yamazaki 12 Year. New American bourbon barrels meets Scotch distilling methods. The sweetness of whiskey and the smokiness of scotch. Enough said.

Or perhaps a gift that keeps on giving? Mouth.com has a monthly subscription for bourbon.


Bourbon Every Month


This appears to be currently sold out, but I think this hemp & brass leash is a great idea for the Doggie Dad. I’ve got my eye on it for my future dog.


A classic bi-fold wallet. Shinola has some great ones in various colors that can be monogrammed. Shinola’s leather goods last a long time, and look even better with age.


For the dad who thought he knew everything about sports. On the Origins of Sports: The Early History and Original Rules of Everybody’s Favorite Games.


handheld smoker for the adventurous cook/bartender. Smoke anything from cocktails to butter to fruit and vegetables.

beard oil

Beard Oil for the Dad with facial hair.

golf mug

A humorous mug to brighten up Dad’s workspace.

Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there, whether your children be human or furry!





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