Father’s Day in the UK rolls around on the 21 June this year, and many of us have already started the online hunt for a gift befitting of the auld fella!
I don’t know about you, but it can sometimes be a bit of a struggle to find a gift you haven’t already given before, or one that’s not a bit, well...underwhelming! Worry not, however, as we at Holyrood have a whole range of ideas for all budgets this year.
So regardless of whether your dad is one who relishes a decent dram, or loves a G&T, we’ve got you covered.
Two 10cl miniatures allow your dad to explore Holyrood flavours in a branded Glencairn for full effect!
Snack on our chocolate, blended with a measure of scotch and let him peruse our website for his next dram with our £15 voucher.
Does your dad like a peat packed punch of a dram? Or maybe he’s a fan of fruity Speyside?
We travelled the length and breadth of our country to seek out the most flavourful drams in profiles that match those we’ll be bottling in just a couple of years,
Whichever is his flavour, you can cop a 70cl bottle of his favourite for £39.50 excl delivery.
We’re now selling our miniature packs that contain all 4 flavours of our whisky, gin and gin liqueurs.
The perfect gift for the dad who is a firm believer that variety is the spice of life!
£38 excl delivery.
Our gin and tonic delivery packs deliver amazing value for money straight to your doorstep.
He’ll enjoy one of our 50cl gins, 4 Fever Tree tonic waters and an additional gin liqueur derived from one of our flagship gins.
He might even share a few of these at his next lockdown BBQ!
£35 delivered, UK only.
It’s hard work solving the Father’s Day present conundrum! So why not let him decide on his gift?
We offer gift vouchers starting at £15 that can be spent online on all of our products.
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