Father’s Day is next Sunday 21 June, but you’d best place your orders now given that delivery is currently a little slower than usual. Here are some gifts ideas for every budget:
Diptyque’s new hand soap comes is a smart glass bottle (you can buy refills for when it runs out). Choose either Exfoliating or Softening, pictured here. £45 at Diptyque
Award-winning Rainy Day Spritz cocktail from renowned barman, Mr Lyan. £29.95 at Master of Malt
A bold shirt to perk up the wfh wardrobe, £125 at Sir Plus
Find out the meaning of classic Italian gesticulations with this alternative dictionary from Bruno Munari, €12 at Issimo:
A contemporary charades kit with Game of Thrones, Stranger Things and Ed Sheeran amongst the pack. £12.95 at Liberty:
Leather AirPods case – with the option to personalise, £25 at Not Another Bill
For the pizza lover, this portable gas Firepod would make a good addition to the garden, £399:
If you’d rather leave it to the professionals, order the new Take & Bake pizza from Homeslice. Part-baked in a wood-fired oven, these can be delivered anywhere in the UK in time for Father’s Day. Londoners could also order the Homeslice Father’s Day bundle which includes 4 x cans of Hell’s Larger, pint glasses and a 12″ or 20″ pizza delivered to the door.
Get 6 saucies, smoky bacon, eggs and ketchup in the Father’s Day Breakfast Box from H.G. Walter, £22 with delivery to London and Greater London postcodes only. Their BBQ boxes are great too.
The most delicious cheddar cheese made in Bruton, can be posted out in a gift box with free delivery. £16.15 at Godminster:
This bird caller produces sounds to attract a variety of song birds, £9.50 at Labour and Wait
Superman cookie cutter, £4 at Divertimenti:
Make a proper espresso on-the-go with the Wacaco Minipress, £55 at Fenwick
And finally for all the Dads who’ve gone feral, give the ultimate post-lockdown shave, massage and facial with a Barber Giftcard £60, at Fortnum & Mason