Maybe you’re better than the majority of people and you’ve already selected, wrapped and mailed a gift to the dad in your life.
Or maybe you’re like me, trying to buy something for someone who wants little, needs even less and doesn’t need sentimental stuffed animals to know you do, indeed, love him.
Cranberry Liquors has what you need this Father’s Day. Did I mention we have free gift bags? The metal paper adorns a bottle of cabernet or a bottle of Jameson perfectly.
So, without further ado, here are some excellent suggestions courtesy of my dad.
For the Man Who Has Everything
For the Man Who Doesn’t Drink
HINT: We have an awesome new cigar called “My Father’s Belicoso” – a medium bodied, 5 star cigar. At $13.99, it’s hard to beat. If your dad enjoys the occasional cigar too, this is a definite maybe.
For the Man Who Prefers Corona
But really, if you know what your dad drinks, don’t defer from old faithful! Whatever dad drinks, I can almost promise you he won’t prefer the grapefruit version (plus it might mess with his blood thinners.)
For the Man Who Hates Gimmicky Stuff
If your dad is anything like mine, it is almost impossible to buy gifts he truly wants. My dad doesn’t do gimmicky stuff, definitely doesn’t want two of anything, and when he needs something he gets it himself.
If you truly don’t know what your dad drinks and don’t feel like asking him pointed and/or probing questions, can we suggest a gift card? All top shelf spirits becomes more affordable when you tack a $25 dollar gift card to the balance.
If all else fails? bourbon
We also sell cherries (for the man who prefers cherries and who’s taste is high maintenance.)
If none of the above work, then the dad in question probably prefers a Hallmark card with a poem. Color him a picture… something. But bear in mind that your dad isn’t a real man. Or just move out of his basement because’s that’s really what he wants.
All cruel jokes aside, the staff at Cranberry Liquors knows this is a busy weekend. For fathers, families, and their 21+ children, we know that you know dad best.
Whether you spend your weekend fishing, scalloping, biking the trails, cooking out or playing drinking board games, we look forward to seeing you in Harwich Port. Fingers crossed that the weather is great.
Last of all, cheers to you, dads.