If your dad is anything like mine, finding a suitable gift for Father’s Day is a massive challenge. I’ve put together a list of my favourite products to try and help you out suitable for all dads. Hopefully you find something suitable!
- Biscuit holder mug, Poundland, £1
Perfect for those dads who love to dunk, this novelty mug has a special section just for your biscuits. I know my boyfriends dad will love this, and it’s a bargain at £1.
2. Cafetiere, Alliance, from £18.47
This is one for the coffee loving dad. With a chrome finish this cafetiere would also look lovely on display in the kitchen. It is sturdy and surprisingly large- enough for several cups of coffee!
3. Gaming chair, Bazzaar, £74.99
What man cave is complete without a games chair? This product from Bazzaar ticks all the right boxes. Comfy, stylish, and with a comfy high back designed to enhance your gaming experience, this is sure to put a smile on your old man’s face.
4. Wooden chopping board, Cottage in the Hills, £25.00
Suitable for both rustic and modern kitchens, this is chopping board would be great for the dad who loves to cook. The boards are handmade in Portugal using sustainably forested pine wood and are perfect for serving homemade pizzas or canapes.
5. Chocolate after dinner mint thins, Divine, £3.50
The clue is in the name, these after dinner mints are divine. Chocolate and mint is an unbeatable combination, especially when it’s intensely rich 70% dark chocolate and a delicious soft mint filling.
6. Diary, TOAD diaries, varying
TOAD diaries produce sleek diaries which give you the opportunity to start today or any day (TOAD). You can produce your own personalised diary on their website, where they have a range of designs and styles. Perfect for the dad who likes to be organised, or even the one who needs a push in the right direction! Whats more, all diaries are lovingly made in the UK.
7. Daddy print, Vintage Playing Cards, £45.00
Vintage Playing Cards is a British company who specialise in gifts that are made from vintage games and they look brilliantly quirky. They have developed a special Daddy print for Father’s Day which is a unique frame containing individual vintage cards sourced from a 1930s spelling game. The cards are then double mounted with cream and black, into a stylish black wood box frame. Every card is an original as they do not reproduce any cards which makes every gift all the more special.
8. Preserves Gift Box, Rosebud Preserves, £12.90
Rosebud Preserves produce great quality gift boxes presented in stylish, mottled grey box. The gift boxes all contain three savoury preserves, which Rosebud Preserves has been making at it’s Masham, North Yorkshire, since 1989. The company was started by Elspeth Biltoft and her founding principles, to source local produce whenever possible; to cook traditional recipes; and practice time honoured techniques, without the use of additives, preservatives or pectin; remain the same today.
9. East of India Daddy Bear coaster, Born Gifted , £5.99
Perfect for resting a well earned cup of tea, this porcelain coaster has a really lovely and delicately designed bear on it with the words ‘Daddy Bear’ at the top. It is also felt backed to protect surfaces. A beautifully charming gift.
10. Gourmet flavoured fudge, Fudge Kitchen, £16.00
Lets face it, chocolate can be boring, and what better to replace it with than some amazingly decadent fudge? I’ve saved the best til last here, and will be writing a more in-depth feature on this brand when I get the chance as I am so impressed. The Father’s Day bundle comes with four fat slices of creamy, fresh whipping cream fudge which melts in the mouth. It is hand made to an authentic 1830s recipe and contains four flavours, Chocolate Rum Brownie, Double Trouble Chocolate, Nutty Caramel Chunk and Whiskey Cream (my personal favourite) which is to die for. All beautifully boxed with a Happy Father’s Day message. One word… delicious.
*The products in this list were kindly gifted to me, but this does in no way influence my fair and unbiased reviews*