Ideas for Father’s Day 2019

Tullamore dew

It’s Father’s Day this Sunday 16th June, and in case you’re still looking for gifts there’s still time so here are some ideas for the main man.

Food on the go

For the man on the move how about one of these limited edition all day breakfast bagels designed just for him for one weekend only brought to you by renowned Bross Bagels in Edinburgh.  Available Saturday & Sunday in ALL shops ALL day just for the big man.

Broad bagels Edinburgh father’s day

‘Who’s your Daddy’: bacon, eggs, latke, jack cheese & rock sauce (£6) Or for the vegan Dads  ‘Who’s your vegan Daddy’: vegan bacon, smashed avo, cherry vine tomatoes, “gouda” with vegan mayo & chilli oil (£6.50)

Fine Dining

How about a day out to Dundee to experience Brasserie Ecosse, one of the best new restaurants in Scotland? Click for our review of Brasserie Ecosse

Brasserie Ecosse Duck Main course


This Vegan Man Manual from Haynes is ideal for the vegan-curious Dad, recipes Include adventurous recipes like Tofu ‘fish’ and chips, jumbo jackfruit burritos and treacle tart.

Vegan man Haynes

Available from Prezzybox, £17.99


Kingsbarns Distillery’s new Scottish single malt whisky ‘Dream to Dram’ is an ideal gift for whisky lovers looking for something different in terms of taste and style. The dram boasts the light, clean and fruity style that Scotland’s Lowland whiskies are known for.

Distilled in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife, this single malt has been laid down in first filled American bourbon casks.

Dream to Dram is bottled in 70cl at 46%, RRP £44.95. It is available from the Kingsbarns Distillery online shop and at specialist and independent shops.

Tullamore dew

Or celebrate your dad this Father’s Day by raising a glass of Tullamore D.E.W. This triple distilled blend of all three types of Irish whiskey – grain, malt, & pot still.  The triple blend creates a unique sweet, spicy and fruity character.
Tullamore D.E.W. RRP of £20.00, available from major retailers, including Asda.

Out and About

Is Dad bit of a music buff? Then a voucher for Glasgow Music City Tours might be for him. There is a variety of options to hear tales from the heyday of the Apollo to successful bands that started out at King Tut’s, or an tour and a meal at Mharsanta as we tried out here. Edinburgh is also covered with tours as well.

Glasgow Music City Tours

scottish trad trail Mharsanta Glasgow music tour


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