Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is around the corner, Sunday 16th June, put it in your diary 😉

Most parents / parent figures just want to spend quality time with their family but if you want to treat dad, we’ve rounded up some of our top picks to help make Father’s Day a little more special!

 

For the braai master, ironically, you can’t go wrong with Funky Ouma!

Braai Sauce – Versatile fig sauce that gets sticky when it heats. Great for braai, marinade, patties and stews.

Braai Salt – Braai and cooking salt with typical South African Flavours.

 

Think gifting socks is boring? Think again!

FEAT.sock co. has a great collection of socks to suit every style! Buy online here

Surfer, explorer, camper or more reserved, you’re sure to find a pair or two (or three) for dad here! To boot (ha!) they’re lovingly designed AND manufactured in Cape Town!

 

Cool cat! 

These vintage stained golden bamboo frame with green polarised lenses from Grass Glasse will keep dad looking super stylish while protecting his eyes!

All these sunglasses have been grown from a tiny bamboo seed to the handcrafted frames that you see here today. They are organic, eco-friendly and UNIQUE. Each bamboo frame comes with copper alloy spring hinges, as well as fully polarised TAC lenses.

View and buy here

 

 

You can never go wrong with?

Chocolate.Honest Chocolate

Ethical Bean to Bar slabs made from minimal simple ingredients. Created from organic Tanzanian cacao in small batches at our production kitchen in Woodstock, Cape Town. They are tempered, moulded, and wrapped by hand. (Maybe get a slab for yourself too).

 

Last but definitely not least, be sure to check out Thola Africa for a selection of local fashion items, we just love this handcrafted tie & pocket square. Dad will definitely brighten up the office! Get his here:

 

There is ONE thing that we have to let Dad’s the world over get away with on Father’s Day and that’s “Dad Jokes”.

For bonus points laugh, loudly!

We leave you with a few DJ’s of your own to keep up your sleeve for the special day.

  • Did you hear about the restaurant on the moon? Great food, no atmosphere.
  • What do you call a fake noodle? An Impasta.
  • How many apples grow on a tree? All of them.
  • Why did the scarecrow win an award? Because he was outstanding in his field.
  • Why don’t skeletons ever go trick or treating? Because they have no body to go with.
  • Ill call you later. Don’t call me later, call me Dad.

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