Treat Dad right and stay in the ‘No Tie ZONE’ this Father’s Day with a unique and special gift that he will love! A great way to show your appreciation for Dad is to treat him to a gift that will make him feel like a king and will last for years to come. Pair a very special bottle of Whiskey with his own personal tasting glasses. You will amp up Dad’s down time and bring the man cave to a new level by allowing him to pour and enjoy with the perfect bar ware. Whiskey tastings are very popular right now and the trend is exploding into food pairings too, so this makes a hot gift for a cool Dad!
We test drove the gorgeous glasses, pictured below, from Villeroy & Boch with our husbands (we all enjoy scotch whiskey). These Lowlands Whisky Tumblers got 4 thumbs up, because they not only looked great and were masculine, but they still felt great in our hands. We love the look at the bar and on the table because the design is classic and will suit any style or decor. They are quality glasses but not fussy – handmade in Slovenia of crystal glass and dishwasher safe, love that!
You can order yours HERE>
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GIVEAWAY CLOSED: WINNER is Scott Kapich – Congratulations!!!
Leave a comment below about a deserving Dad and be entered to WIN a pair of LOWLANDS WHISKY TUMBLERS of your own! You can enter over at Skimbaco Lifestyle too!
The giveaway is open to all US Citizens over 18 years old. Deadline June 8th 12 PM EST.
Some Whiskey Facts:
- Whiskey spelled with an “e” is usually whiskey made from the America or Ireland. Some distilleries in these regions will
occasionally spell their whiskey without an “e” (i.e. Maker’s Mark whisky, George Dickel Tennessee Whisky). Whisky
spelled with no “e” is usually whisky made from Scotland or Canada.
- When first trying scotch do not pour it over ice it, try it neat.
- Setting up your own whiskey tasting GO>
- Whiskey is not just for the boys! Check out our post back in February 2009 where we started to spot the trend for whiskey tasting for women too! Go>
- You can learn lots more at > http://www.whiskipedia.org
Remember to always drink responsible and assign a designated driver.