Looking for a thoughtful father of the bride gift?
Getting married is a huge milestone for both of you. Perhaps he’ll be giving you away? Or maybe he’s helped with wedding preparations (and bills!)? Whatever his contribution to your big day, it’s nice to show your appreciation with a special present. Something that thanks him for everything and lets him know that – although you’re becoming a ‘Mrs’ – you’ll always be his little girl.
Dads are notoriously difficult to buy for. But for those who enjoy a tipple of whisky, we have the solution – with personalised whisky gift sets specifically designed for the father of the bride.
A loving father of the bride gift for whisky lovers
Far from being a cheap bottle of liquor from the supermarket. Our whisky tasting set is a unique father of the bride gift idea – that will show how much you care and put a huge smile on his face.
The set itself is presented in a beautiful hand-finished gift box, which can be customised to include a heartfelt message. Simply say thank you? Or, tell him how much he means to you? Maybe add the date of your wedding? It’s up to you. This is a chance to give the present a truly personal touch.
Inside he’ll find five 30ml single malts. These are expertly picked to take pops on a whisky trail through some of the finest distilleries in both Scotland and Wales, and include:
1. The Arran Malt
A 10-year-old scotch that has won various international awards. It’s rich and honeyed, capturing the unique style of the Isle of Arran, and is sure to go down a treat on the evening of your wedding.
2. Tomintoul, the gentle dram
Another gentle 10-year old malt. This is a medium-body and well-balanced whisky from the Speyside region of Scotland. It’s known for its invitingly mellow colour and smooth fruity taste.
Glencadam 10 is a delicate dram, with a pure and beautifully balanced flavour. It’s a multi-award winner, crafted in the highlands, and is certain to become pa’s new after-dinner favourite.
4. The Ileach
Pronounced ‘Eee lukh’. This is a highly-revered single malt, made in a secret distillery in Islay. As a young and peaty whisky, it has a bold smoky taste and will create a lasting impression on Dad.
Crafted in Wales, this single malt is matured in bourbon barrels and finished in ex-Madeira casks – giving it a sweet, vibrant taste. It’s won many awards and is a perfect final addition to the set.
In addition to the whiskies detailed above, our ‘father of the bride’ present also includes a luxury tasting mat and a series of tasting cards. These cards are a fantastic keepsake. They can be kept for many years (long after the whisky has gone!), allowing papa to show off to his friends and family – regaling them with the tale of your wedding and remembering your gift with fondness and pride.
Available for just £32.95, it’s an incredibly thoughtful – yet affordable – wedding gift for dad. One that we’re sure he’ll love and may even bring a tear to his eye on the morning of your wedding.
Father of the bride gift subscriptions
If you’re feeling particularly grateful to your old man, it’s also possible to turn our father of the bride gift set into a whisky tasting subscription. Both nine and twelve-month options are available. You pay a fixed price and, once every three months, a new tasting set will be delivered to his address.
Again, the first box can be personalised with your own message. You can even have it delivered directly to you so that you can wrap it and give it to him yourself – creating a memorable moment between father and daughter. But rather than it being a one-off gift, it’s a gift that keeps on giving, reminding pops just how much you care and how important he was to your special day.
Like the sound of our father of the bride gift idea?
It’s really easy to place your order. Just browse our whisky gift set range to find either the whisky tasting set or subscription, add your personal message, and we’ll get to work creating your ideal ‘father of the bride’ gift. They don’t take too long to put together and, deliveries can be made in 2-3 days – so whether you’re saying ‘I do’ next week or next year, there’s plenty of time to get sorted.