Thursday, June 12, 2014

FATHER'S DAY GIFT IDEAS

Father's Day is just around the corner! Therefore I wanted to bring you a few ideas on what to gift dad this Sunday June 15th! I already got my hubby his present from us and so excited to be done and hope he loves it. For me, it is always so difficult to decide on what to get for the men in my life. I feel like men are so much more simpler than us women, which in turn it actually turns out complicated, haha. I always try to think of a) what does HE need or b) what would totally surprise him. So I put together a little board of things I think would be fun to get your dads or hubbies this Father's Day. I selected several things for all the different type of men in your lives. I am such a sucker for love, for me the card has to be touching and memorable. So don't forget to pick up a card this weekend and tell your husband or dad how much they mean to you.

And here is a little bonus. I wanted to share with you this great recipe to use with the HERRADURA Tequila, be sure to include this in dad's gift box. He sure will love it. Enjoy! See recipe below.
xo,
E.

Añejo Sazerac
Ingredients:
· 2oz Herradura Añejo
· 1 bar spoon simple syrup
· 2 dashes orange bitters
· 2 dashes Peychaud bitters

Directions:
· Spritz a little absinthe into a chilled coupe glass and set aside
· Place all ingredients into a mixing glass filled with cubed ice
· Stir well, strain into the chilled coupe glass
· Snap a twist of lemon zest over the glass and discard, garnish with a star Anise pod

Notes
Whiskey and cigars
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Casa Herradura is one of Mexico’s most historic and renowned tequila producers
• With over 142 years of heritage, Casa Herradura has been hand-harvesting, handcrafting, and estate bottling 100% agave tequila at the Hacienda San José del Refugio, since 1870 from Amatitán, Jalisco
• Herradura Añejo - Aged for 25 months, 13 months longer than the industry standard. Its deep copper color hints to its oaky, spicy taste, which is apparent at the sniff of this refined expression and lingers on even after the first sip.

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