Your dad gave you the gift of life. He taught you how to tie your shoes, ride a bike, and gave you tough love when you needed it. When Father’s Day rolls around each year, it’s a time to reflect on these things he has given you, but it’s also the time to stress about how to properly “pay him back.” So to help you out, we’ve put together a guide to gifts that dads actually want to receive (read: drink) on Father’s Day.

1. Elephant Gin

Make your dad the perfect G&T this Sunday with a bottle of Elephant Gin – an award-winning, handcrafted London dry gin that’s produced in Hamburg, Germany. This gin is soft, yet complex, and has flavors of elderflower, pepper, and lavender. Plus with every bottle sold, 15% of proceeds are given to 2 elephant foundations that support the preservation of African wildlife.

2. Kama Asa Charcoal Grill

With summer in full force, it’s officially barbecue season. And because a standard barbecue can’t fit in a typical Hong Kong apartment, the Kama Asa charcoal grill is a perfect alternative. This portable and versatile grill can be used outside on the beach or inside at home. Grab some charcoal, meat, and veggies and your dad will be grilling all summer long.

3. Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky

There’s no better way to say ‘I love you, Dad’ than with a beautiful bottle of Japanese Whisky. Nikka ‘Coffey Grain’ No Age Statement Single Grain is produced in Miyagi, Honshu at the Miyagikyo Distillery. With notes of butterscotch, spiced rum, and Boston cream pie, it’s the perfect way for dad to unwind this Father’s Day.

4. Hario Coffee Filter-in-Bottle

There are few things more satisfying than sipping cold-brew coffee in the summer heat. And with the Hario Filter-in-Bottle, your dad can make his own brew anytime of the day. The recipe is simple: just add coffee grounds and cold water to the bottle and let it steep (check out a classic cold-brew recipe here).

5. Del Maguey Chichicapa Mezcal

If your dad is adventurous and likes his tequila, it’s time to put him on some mezcal. Despite the fact that tequila and mezcal are made from the same plant, their flavor profiles are very different. Mezcal is more smoky, more herbaceous, and spicier than tequila and Del Maguey’s Chichicapa Mezcal has unique sweet and citrus notes. Pour one out and sip slow.


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