Engraved Glass & JD Cola Gift Set - Happy 1st Father's Day

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Graduation Gifts

For dad's first ever Father's Day, why not commemorate the occasion with a little help from our Engraved Glass & JD Cola Gift Set- Happy 1st Father's Day. It has been expertly crafted for an enjoyable experience.

The gift set is a fantastic way to treat a new dad after weeks or months of sleepless nights! It can even be treasured as a special keepsake to mark the day and look back on with great pride.

The set features a stunning glass tumbler, designed to enhance the experience of drinking his favourite tipple. What's more, the gift includes everything he needs to put his feet up.

A smart can of Jack Daniels Whiskey & Cola will soothe the hardships of any day and ensure Dad truly enjoys this new adventure in his life. Being a Dad is cool! Toast to the occasion with this gorgeous gift set.

On the front of the glass the words, 'Happy 1st Father's Day' have been expertly engraved. This is closely followed by your own words, which will be engraved to the same high standard.

  • The perfect gift set for whiskey lover
  • Engraved tumbler whiskey glass
  • 330ml Jack Daniel's Cola can (5% Vol.)
  • Tumbler measures approx. 9.5cm x 8cm

2nd Class Mail: £3.99

The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days

 

1st Class Mail: £4.99

The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days

 

Next working day: £7.99

Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday - sent via tracked courier service

 

Saturday: £7.99

Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday - sent via tracked courier service

 

Ireland: £14.99 (Currently not available)

As of 19th January, Ireland delivery is 2-5 working days from dispatch.

Can not deliver Alcohol, Sweets, Chocolates, Tea, Coffee & other perishable products.

Duties & taxes are set by the Customs Authority of the destination country. Therefore it will be your responsibility to pay these charges if and when asked by authorities.