- Hottest Products
- MAY 28, 2018
Functional and cool, these bullet-shaped whiskey stones are a somewhat safer way of mixing dad’s love of guns and booze.
Promising Review: “This is easily one of the coolest things I've bought this year. I typically prefer whiskey "neat" which all you whiskey drinkers out there will know means "no ice". The thing is that sometimes you want the whiskey (I prefer Irish whiskey myself!) to be slightly chilled but you don't want it to get watered down... this is where whiskey stones have come into play in the past. When I found these whiskey bullets I couldn't have been more pleased and switched over immediately. This is a beautiful set which comes with a cylinder which mimics a cylinder from a revolver.”
If dad loves barbequing, why not make it even easier with this swiss army style grilling tool that combines 5 essentials into 1 easy to use package!
Promising Review: “Son purchased for my husband for Christmas. My hubby is excited to take this camping. We always end up forgetting something. With this, he won’t! Great quality heavy duty made.”
Help dad step up his six-pack game with this durable wooden beer carrier. Built-in bottle opener and custom personalization make this a gift he’ll never forget!
Promising Review: “If you're searching for a beer caddy, look no further. I bought eight of these to give as groomsman gifts and I couldn't be more pleased. High quality craftsmanship and artistry. Solid and durable construction. Doesn't look or feel cheap at all. Plus, they all still have that glorious fresh-cut wood smell. This is an excellent product! You will not be disappointed. Now I just need to go buy some beer and let the good times roll!”
Perfect for the sports fan who is also a kid at heart, this basketball hoop mug is sure to become dad’s new favorite!
Promising Review: “Along with a package of marshmallows and packets of hot chocolate mix, this was given as a present to my brother (age 50+).He absolutely loved it and started playing with his food immediately! ‘This will keep me busy during those long and not very interesting phone conferences.’ Recommend this for children of all ages who like to play with food :)”
Your dad may have told you not to play with your food, but he’ll easily break his own rules with this awesome pancake printer!
Promising Review: “The machine's hardware is actually pretty great. Calibration was pretty easy, and by mixing pancake batter and then straining it, we didn't have any issues with lumps or consistency. The griddle worked well, and the system of doing different layers with different cooking times for different shades on your final pancake was pretty clever.”
Help dad always look his best with this 5-piece traditional shaving kit that looks and feels like luxury.
Promising Review: “I've only used this razor a few times but I'm already in love. I wanted something more aggressive than the Merkur 34c I've been using and this razor is definitely that. You have to respect this razor or it will bite you but if you're careful it will reward you with a very close shave. It has a nice, solid feel and the added weight compared to the 34c is very nice.”
At almost $600 this craft beer brewer is easily the most extravagant thing on this list. But hey, if dad’s REALLY into craft beer, this the way to go.
Promising Review: “For years I’ve wanted to brew my own beer. I stopped at many beer and wine supply stores. It was always the same, so much hardware, pots and pans, cooling coils, hydrometers, and so on. I live in 800 sq. ft, that won’t work. The unit is just over 12” wide and 16” high and fits on the kitchen counter when I brew a batch of beer. The rest of the time I store it in a closet. The brew keg and serving keg are well made and I store them in the original boxes when not in use. I ordered the 5 one liter bottle kit and like being able to take one or two with me. I drink my share of craft beer and the first 3 brews, Christmas Duck Porter, Atomic Amber Ale, and Irish Dry Stout were dead on. I use natural carbonation. All of my family and friends agreed the brews were as good as the craft breweries.”