Whilst the best people plan far in advance there are many of us who just can’t even entertain being that organised when it comes to gift buying, but there is still time to get the man or men in your life a gift on the 19th of June.
Grooming gifts for Father’s Day
Gone are the days of an Old Spice Gift Set – men are now enjoying a much better range of brands and products more suited to their own personal skincare needs and routines. For those fathers fashionably sporting beards we have the Mumanu Beard Balm and continuing in the sustainable
vein is the recycled leather Dopp washbag. A grooming set will keep him looking good for a few months to come so we have a range of brands featured from Elemis, Medik8, Arbonne, Kiehls and Koha. The CBD Bath Salts are all kinds of bath heaven, the Aesop Poo Popp Drops are a must and if you really love him – the Jo Malone Wood Sage Sea Salt range is divine.
Book gifts for Father’s Day
Books are a matter of taste but if your recipient likes cooking or took up gardening during the pandemic, here’s some beautiful books that will look wonderful on any coffee table.
Japanese Myths A Guide To Gods Heroes & Spirits, Dinosaurs New Visions Of A Lost World and How To Build Stonehenge will awaken the inner little boy in all fathers, while The Garden Book is a must for the green-fingered with gardens from all over the world to pour over.
Your Home Izakaya By Tim Anderson is the Masterchef winner’s foray into Japanese snacking recipes, whilst The Turkish Cookbook will inspire chefs to recreate the kebab shop (only slightly posher) at home.
And for anyone truly converted to a chef’s life this Papier Joy Recipe Journal will be a gold mine of detailed notes and recipes for the future (I still have mine from when I first left home.)
Fun stuff for Father’s Day
We’ve fallen in love with the outdoors all over again so how about treating someone to a Mushroom Knife – perfect for the all-fashionable foraging trend. For water adventure seekers this v effective Tundra Seadeck cool box from Yeti will have him the envy of his water worshipping pals and I’m loving this gorgeous Tinker & Fix tool kit (and would much prefer this to the hundreds of mismatched random tools all over my house). This set of three Japanese knives will make prepping when cooking a breeze – be warned it’s super sharp though.
Foodie gifts for Father’s Day
This new range of jam from The Frenchman comes in lots of different flavours and is just a wee bit more exciting than Robinsons. For the whiskey lover this U.S. import Daddy Rack Whiskey comes with free socks – I mean what more could any man want? If the answer is whisky chocolate then look no further than these delicious Charbonnel Et Walker Whisky Truffles. This luxury hamper has beer, cheese and other niceties and will keep the foodie in your life full and happy.
Clothing ideas for Father’s Day
When we say clothing ideas let’s just gently remind you this is a Father’s Day Gift Guide not a SS22 guide to menswear and therefore it’s perfectly acceptable to suggest fry-up boxer shorts, a lobster apron, cricket jumper, DJ socks and finally an extremely elegant Panama hat. He’ll love it.