Gift Guide for Whiskey to Make it Easier to Choose the One Dad Will Like
Father’s Day is a celebration of that special figure in your life, and no matter who you’re celebrating on June 17th this year, we’ve got a gift guide to help you find a unique whisk(e)ys they’re sure to love.
To help you identify the perfect whisk(e)y to gift this year, below are four very different marques each possessing their own unique qualities, just like each individual dad. Included in the line-up are Bulleit Barrel Strength, Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash, Orphan Barrel’s Rhetoric 24-Year-Old and George Dickel Tabasco Brand Barrel Finish.
George Dickel Tabasco Brand Barrel Finish (Suggested Retail Price $24.99)
If dad’s a fan of spicy flavors, George Dickel Tabasco Brand Barrel Finish will do the trick. This one-of-a-kind spirit embodies the essence of its Louisiana and Tennessee roots with authentic spice and flavors. George Dickel Tabasco Brand Barrel Finish took home a Gold Medal in this year’s San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash (Suggested Retail Price $27.99)
Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash is the first offering in the Crown Royal Blenders’ Series, a new line of special whiskies that celebrate the art of blending. The new offering showcases a classic whisk(e)y style with a distinctive smooth finish. A perfect fit for the dad that appreciates craftmanship.
Bulleit Barrel Strength (Suggested Retail Price $59.99)
Awarded a Double Gold Medal and named the Best Straight Bourbon in the 2018 San Francisco Spirits Awards, Bulleit Barrel Strength is a whiskey un-cut and un-filtered. Bulleit Bourbon is distilled and aged in Bulleit family tradition, after founder Tom Bulleit was inspired by an old family bourbon recipe passed down through generations. Once sold by hand, today Bulleit Bourbon is one of the fastest-growing whiskeys in America.
Rhetoric 24-Year-Old (Suggested Retail Price $130)
For those looking for a unique and rare gift for their dad, Orphan Barrel Whiskey recently released a new, extremely limited variant within its Rhetoric family. With a unique lineage steeped in whiskey aging experimentation, this year’s Rhetoric 24-Year-Old gives way to the fifth iteration of the whiskey, which has been aged a year longer than its predecessor.