If Your Dad Loves Serious Scotch: Amrut Fusion Whisky
Moiz says: "According to Indian mythology, when gods and demons churned the oceans inside Mount Meru, a golden pot containing the nectar of life sprang out of the mountain. The nectar was called 'Amrut', which literally translates into 'immortality'. Not bad! Amrut Fusion Whisky blends two single malts: one made from Scottish barley imported to India, and another made with Indian barley grown in the foothills of the Himalayas. They’re aged independently before being married in American bourbon casks, which they’re divorced from after six to nine months, so your dad can drink them. But be sure he’s up to it -- despite being named the third best whisky in the world in [Jim Murray's] Whisky Bible, this stuff is not for beginners."