Spirited Miami’s 2017 Father’s Day Gift Guide!

Still haven’t found that special gift for Dad?  We got you covered!  Check out this list of awesome finds:

Jordan Chef’s Reserve Caviar by Tsar Nicoulai

Jordan Vineyard & Winery is getting into the caviar game! Enjoy the decadent taste of artisan California caviar with the new Jordan Chef’s Reserve Caviar by Tsar Nicoulai, available exclusively through Jordan.

Hand-crafted and farm-raised in Northern California, this white sturgeon caviar combines Tsar Nicoulai’s sustainable methods of high-quality farming and curing with a special salt blend created and applied by Jordan Executive Chef Todd Knoll. The result is a rich, elegant caviar that pairs beautifully with Jordan Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, and of course, Champagne.

Purchase here.  $135

CLEAR ICE MOLD from W+P Design

We know the importance of ice, so this insulated mold will do the trick for the home bartender.

This ice mold makes one extra large, crystal clear ice cube, perfect for a pour of your favorite spirit or craft cocktail. To use the mold, simply fill with water and place in the freezer overnight. The insulated sleeve causes the ice to freeze from the top down, forcing any bubbles or impurities to the base of the mold. Once frozen simply break the mold apart to release your clear ice cube, and enjoy.

Best part is, use the code:  DADSROCK for a 20% off discount!  Buy here.

Meehan’s Bartender Manual 

If you want to make great cocktails and understand the ins and outs of the bar industry, this is your guide.  Jim Meehan is a legend in the industry.  Meehan’s deep dive covers the essential topics, including the history of cocktails and bartending, service, hospitality, menu development, bar design, spirits production, drink mixing technique, and the tools you’ll need to create a well-stocked bar—all brought to life in over 150 black- and-white illustrations by artist Gianmarco Magnani.  This will be a must-have for all industry folks.

Available for pre-order for $24.18 at Amazon.


David Wondrich scours the earth for cocktail history and is one of the leading historians on cocktails and everything in between.  When the folks at Cocktail Kingdom search for vintage bar tools they preserve the look and feel for the modern bartender.  Don’t leave your bitters just anywhere, house them in a bottle that will make the bar look better with some functionality.  Inspired by Greg Boehm’s private collections with a silver-plated finish over 18/8 stainless steel dasher top, thicker cork for snug fit
•Available types: “Absinthe,” “Bitters,” and “House Bitters”

Available here for $29.99.

YUKIWA 24K Gold-Plated Cobbler Shaker

We love our Japanese bartools and this one is on our wishlist.  Not all shakers are created equal and one reason is the quality and craftsmanship of Japanese bar tools.  This cobbler shaker is a perfect edition for the home bar. In Japan, a three-piece cobbler shaker like this one is essential for the Hard Shake, a cocktail shaking technique created by legendary bartender Kazuo Uyeda. But for more practical reasons, this shaker is ideal for its smaller size – it fits comfortably in your hand, and the lightness makes your 30-second shake more enjoyable and fun. Bring bling into your shake!

Available here for $100.


We are in love with what Yukiwa is doing.  The octagonal shape provides faceted sides that catch the light. Measures 1/4oz, 3/4oz, and 1oz on top side; 1/2oz, 1oz, and 1.5oz on bottom.

11.2cm in height
Made in Japan, $40.00 from Cocktail Emporium.  Buy here.

West Elm Terrace Bar Cart

Don’t leave your booze in a kitchen cabinet when you can get a mid-century inspired bar cart to give your beautiful bottles and tools a home.  A must-have for the enthusiast that likes to pour out something special for guests. Inspired by Deco design, the glamorous Terrace Bar Cart offers an airy surface for your favorite spirits. Fitted with four wheels, it’s a flexible piece that can move with the party. This west elm Design Deal is always a killer price and never goes on sale.

$399, here.

Remy Martin Louix XIII ‘Black Pearl’ Anniversary Edition Cognac

In 1874, 141 years ago, Paul-Émile Rémy Martin created a Cognac called Louis XIII to showcase the very best eau de vie he could create. In 2014, the Hériard-Dubreuil family released this single special bottling, comprised of 1,200 different eaux de vie aged 40 to 100 years old. A symphony of coordinated, multi-generational labor went into producing this, one of the rarest spirits on earth with only 775 bottles produced.  This is truly the extraordinary.

Available here for the low price of $25,000.

Is Tito’s your favorite vodka?  Celebrate Dad with this cooler. 54 quart steel cooler, stainless steel hardware accessories and bottle opener.
Size: 22.5″ x 14.5″ x 16.5″
Copper color powder coated body and lid
Embossed Tito’s Handmade Vodka logo on the front
$150.  Buy it here.
There you have it folks, if we some more beauties, we will add them in!  All for all the Dad’s, we got you covered!