Great Last-Minute Gift Ideas For Father Day

June 16, 2019

My father abandoned me when I was a child. I am not trying to invoke your sympathy, as I know that I am not the only person in the world with such a background. I just mean, Father’s Day doesn’t have the same emotional connotation with me as it must for other people. It’s hard to give birth to a child for a woman and hard for two people to sacrifice their lives and personal time to raise that child. So, it must be nice to show appreciation. I envy that.

The average person only spends about $135 on a Father’s Day gift. Still, if we are being honest, most people will spend less than that. You don’t have to spend a lot to get Dad a quality and memorable gift. Although I have never really had the pleasure to bestow such gifts, I wanted to share some ideas with you.

Black Powder Bourbon-Infused Coffee

Black Powder Coffee is a boutique, small-batch coffee roasting company that is headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina. This coffee has a neat, alcohol singed aftertaste accent. It’s a dark roast blend that isn’t bitter or oily. This coffee is hand-selected and artisanal-roasted with Costa Rican coffee beans. Then, they are strategically aged and slow roasted with Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Unfortunately, the coffee will not get you drunk, as most of the alcohol evaporates during the slow roasting process.

To get the most out of the Kentucky Bourbon flavor, you might want to tell Dad to brew with a little less water. You can get a 12-ounce bag for $16.

How Do You See the World? Card Game

In the immortal words of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” Every family develops generational gaps between children and parents that only seems to widen over time. Everyone sees the world in a different way and may not want to relent on their point of view. While this card game may not be the answer to such issues, it is a thoughtful Father’s Day gift that can help break the ice on different issues and start conversations.

How Do You See The World? is a card game with dice and over 500 questions in five categories. These categories include: Aspirations, Beliefs, Life’s Purpose, Reflections, and Relationships. You can play alone, but this is a game custom made for a group. Available for about $25.

Clarks Online Mens Footwear Sale

Clarks has been making stylish shoes for over two centuries. These shoes are fashionable, durable, and always in demand. Clarks is now holding an online menswear shoe sale on over 130 styles. You can get discounts up to 55% on select brands. This is a great gift idea for the stylish Dad in your life, or the one who could use some subtle style hints.

Magic Spoon Cereal for Adults

This isn’t your regular sugar bomb cereal from the local supermarket. Magic Spoon specializes in manufacturing cereals for adults that are high in beneficial protein and low in sugar. Available flavors include cinnamon, cocoa, frosted, and fruity. There are no artificial flavors and each box has three grams of carbohydrates, 12 grams of protein, and about 110 calories. Magic Spoon is keto-diet friendly, has zero gluten and no ingredients that contain gluten.

It is made without corn, wheat, rice, soy, GMOs, sweeteners, or artificial colors. Magic Spoon cereal features milk protein blend ingredients, whey protein isolates, MCTs, monk fruit, Stevia, tapioca flour, chicory root fiber, and a dash of salt. It’s a great gift for the Dad who fondly remembers eating sugar bomb cereals while watching Saturday morning cartoons in the 1980s. At least now, you can help Dad recreate those memories with this healthier brand of cereal. You can buy a variety case of four boxes for $39 or a monthly service subscription for $35.

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