Dads can be tough to shop for, so we often end up circling back to the same basic, boring Father’s Day gifts. This year, beam internally as you watch him unwrap something he genuinely won’t be expecting instead. Surprise him by creatively tailoring your gift to his interests: a pasta maker so he can make his famous carbonara from scratch, or a MasterClass membership so he can learn filmmaking from his favorite mafia-movie director.
Still stumped? You don’t have to think totally outside the box—a bottle of rare whisky or a watch that’s nicer than he’d see coming (but still “him”) will impress Dad, too. Keep reading for six gifts that’ll show you actually listened last time you hung out, even while scrolling on your phone.
Crown Royal XR Extra Rare
Dads love a good bottle of liquor, and this extra-rare whisky made with the final batch of whiskies from Montreal’s well-known LaSalle distillery won’t disappoint. If you want to really wow him, you can have the bag the bottle comes in embroidered with a personal message. Cue the big smiles (and maybe even a tear or two)!
Please Drink Responsibly. CROWN ROYAL XR Blended Canadian Whisky. 40% Alc/Vol. The Crown Royal Company, New York, NY.
MasterClass All-Access Pass
With an All-Access Pass to MasterClass, your dad can learn cooking from an award-winning TV chef one day and comedy lessons from his favorite funny A-lister the next.
Atlas 150 Pasta Machine
This pasta-maker will benefit you and Dad when homemade noodle-making turns into a family event. After all, cooking together is father-daughter bonding at its finest.
Artisan BBQ Sauce Kit
Before he fires up the grill this summer, your dad can make and bottle his very own BBQ sauce with this kit from Williams Sonoma. It comes with plenty of spices to mix up tangy concoctions for spreading over everything from charred veggies to smoked ribs.
Shinola Runwell Sport Chrono 48mm
Replace the old watch your dad’s been wearing since you had a curfew with this sleek Shinola number. The case is not-too-fancy stainless steel, and the removable strap means he can swap it out depending on the occasion.
Arccos Caddie Smart Sensor Golf Performance Tracking System
If Dad’s golfing game isn’t up to speed, he’ll be thrilled with these smart sensors that attach to the tops of his clubs. Using an app on his phone, he’ll be able to track his shots and strategize toward for a lower score (and bragging rights).
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