If you’re particular about what you wear, use, eat or spend your entertainment time enjoying, then you’re probably not an easy person to buy gifts for. So if you’re stuck trying to find a gift for someone like you without them returning the item the week after Christmas, we’ve curated a list of gifts we think would not only be accepted by a man of taste, but also thoroughly enjoyed.
We endorsed the Shinola Canwell Turntable on this site and the Canfield headhones by Shinola are a perfect companion. From the stainless steel frame to the lamb-skin ear pads, these headphones look as clean and crisp as they sound – particularly in cognac and silver.
Sure it’s not the most original gift to give a man cologne, it’s like giving a dad a tie. But this is as sophisticated and engaging of a scent as you will find. As part of TOM FORD’s Private Blend of fragrances, Tobacco Oud features a blend of oud wood resin, smoking aromatic tobacco and an idealized Arabic tobacco.
This may not be the gift for every man, but if he has any sort of love for baseball, this is about as good as a gift as you’ll find. Delivering one of the best digital experiences in any industry, MLB.tv allows subscribers to watch any game from any team’s broadcast on any device anywhere you have a connection. You can watch archived games, skip to innings and even listen to radio broadcasts. It’s a fantastic service and is a must have for any baseball fan.
This may not be the latest offering from Omega, but it is still a fantastic looking timepiece. The person you are gifting doesn’t have to be an international spy to appreciate the stainless steel case with a sleek, black and grey striped NATO strap. It comes with all the quality and craftmanship of an Omega Seamaster, but unfortunately without the Aston Martin.
If the gentlemen you are buying for appreciates whisky, now is the time to open up his horizons by sampling a good Japanese whisky. Akashi Red is a light and fruity whisky with highlights of peach, grape and almond and is brewed by the Eigashima distillery, which was founded in 1888.
The book provides a detail history chronicling design from the turn of the century until the baby boom era. It highlights the evolution of graphic design from poster design and into the development into advertising, packaging and other forms. It’s a beautiful book that combines both history and beautiful imagery.