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Whisky company release limited edition whisky cocktail filled toolbox that's perfect for Father's Day

Woodsman whisky have launched a special, limited edition gift set with a difference and it is ideal for Father's Day.

Published: June 7, 2019
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Give your Dad a toolkit with a difference this Father's Day with this Woodsman Whisky toolbox.

The iconic red tin may look the same on the outside, but The Woodsman Whisky has decided to give its contents a much-needed upgrade.

Instead of rusty nails, blunt screwdrivers and all the unused paraphernalia of a toolbox, this one comes with everything required to make a maple syrup old fashioned.

Only 100 are available now for £50, and Dad's can look forward Angostura bitters, a stainless-steel cocktail stirrer, maple syrup, a branded glass and a bottle of The Woodsman whisky.

It’s being hailed as the perfect gift for new dads and granddads looking to reward themselves after a long day of DIY – or DI-Try, in some cases.

Kenny Nicholson, Head of Modern Spirits at Whyte & Mackay, said: “Whether it’s gathering dust under a cupboard or put to good use in the shed, we’ve all got a toolbox somewhere in the house.

"But this Father’s Day, The Woodsman wanted to equip dads with the tools they really want – all the essentials needed to make a delicious Woodsman Maple Syrup Old Fashioned whenever they want.

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It’s a lot easier to build than a cupboard, and perfect for rewarding yourself after a long day of DIY.”

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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