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Get Dad Something Special this Father’s Day

It’s time to celebrate our patriarchs, father figures, and the men who’ve guided us in life. Dads are notoriously hard to buy for, but we’ve got you covered with gifts he’ll actually enjoy using. From an artisanal bitters set for his favorite old-fashioned to a quartet of hot sauces for the spice-lovin’ man in your life, these artisanal products are made by Southern craftsmen and can be delivered directly to their door this Father’s Day. 

Lillie’s of Charleston Mild Gift Pack

For the grill master, Lillie’s of Charleston has the trifecta of barbecue rubs and sauces. The “Finger-Leeken” mustard bbq sauce is a favorite for Carolina-style bbq, combining a hickory taste with the sweet, tangy mix of mustard, honey, and molasses, while the all-purpose blend is a hot sauce for all occasions. This pack keeps it mild, but it also comes in “hot” for turned-up temps.

Middleton Made 8” Echo Chef Knife

Give the carver of the family the ultimate tool for your next holiday roast. Crafted in Charleston by bladesmith Quintin Middleton, these knives, made especially for the home chef, are crafted with Damascus steel for the blades and dyed burch for the handle. Middleton’s knives are built for comfort and ease-of-use with ergonomic handles and a rounded spine to help the blade fit easily in dad’s hand.

Colts Chocolate Marie McGhee Bumble Bees

These bumble bee treats feature layers of buttery salted caramel and crisp premium pecans covered in luscious chocolate. Indulge your man’s sweet tooth with these decadent chocolates handmade in Nashville. 

Warn Reserve Artisanal Bitters Combo Pack

Every bar needs a good set of bitters. This set features an array of varietals including barrel-aged aromatic, orange, lavender, and barrel-aged emmett cherry, all of which will have Dad mixing up his best old-fashioned yet.

Shop these gifts for dad and more on the Local Palate Marketplace.  Use code FATHERS for 10% off. 

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