OFFERMAN WOODSHOP, June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nick Offerman is on a quest to create the perfect Father’s Day gift for his dad Ric in the latest installment of the My Tales of Whisky content series.

While last Father’s Day Nick and Ric spent quality time together fishing and saying absolutely nothing, this year Nick aims to make most of a solid hour to expertly craft his ideal Father’s Day gift. Unbeknownst to him, dad Ric was one step, or, one key away, you might say.

“Getting the right gift for my father is never easy, which is why I prefer to make it with my bare hands,” Offerman said as he set out to create something special for his father Ric. “My father taught me everything I know, including practical skills such as wood crafting, good manners, and fine taste in whisky.”

Let Nick’s thoughtful, hand-made attempt to surprise his Dad inspire you to think big when it comes to gifting this year. He can even offer you a bit of sage advice during a live Reddit “Ask Me Anything,” on Friday, June 16th at 9am EST. Tune in for a lively conversation about whisky, wood and fathers.

Ultimately your effort will likely pale in comparison to the skillful hands of the Offermans, but if you pair your gift with Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whisky you are certain not to fail. So raise up a glass to the man who raised you! Grab your dad, pour yourselves a dram of Lagavulin and enjoy responsibly.

Check out the My Tales of Whisky YouTube channel (www.YouTube.com/MyTalesofWhiskyOfficial) for the complete My Tales of Whisky series. However you enjoy #MyTalesofWhisky, Diageo, the makers of Lagavulin Scotch whisky, and Nick Offerman, remind you to enjoy your whisky in moderation.

About Nick Offerman
Offerman is an actor, writer, and woodworker best known for his role as ‘Ron Swanson’ on NBC’s hit comedy Parks & Recreation. Offerman recently starred alongside Michael Keaton in The Weinstein Company’s “The Founder” and opposite Sam Elliot in Brett Haley’s “The Hero.”  Upcoming, he will be appear alongside Alison Brie and Dave Franco in Jeff Baena’s “The Little Hours”, out June 30th and he is one of the co-producers of the Wendell Berry documentary “Look & See” which opens at the IFC Center in New York on June 30th. He will also reunite with his Parks & Rec co-star Amy Poehler as a co-host and executive producer for The Handmade Project, an unscripted competition series celebrating craftiness and creativity. His previous comedy special “American Ham” was released on Netflix in 2014 and his special “Summer of 69: No Apostrophe” with wife Megan Mullally aired on EPIX in May. Offerman is a New York Times Bestselling author and in October 2016 released his third book, Good Clean Fun, about his very own Offerman Woodshop. 

About Lagavulin™
Since 1816, Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been made in a picturesque huddle of buildings on Lagavulin Bay. Perhaps the most beautifully situated of distilleries, Lagavulin makes arguably the most intensely flavored, smoky and rich whisky of all. For many, this is the definitive Islay malt.

About Diageo: 
Diageo is the world’s leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, wines and beer categories. These brands include Johnnie Walker, Crown Royal, J&B, Buchanan’s and Windsor whiskies, Smirnoff, Cîroc and Ketel One vodkas, Baileys, Captain Morgan, Tanqueray and Guinness.

Diageo is a global company, with its products sold in more than 180 countries around the world. The company is listed on both the New York Stock Exchange (DEO) and the London Stock Exchange (DGE). For more information about Diageo, its people and its brands, visit www.diageo.com. For Diageo’s global resource that promotes responsible drinking through the sharing of best practice tools, information and initiatives, visit www.DRINKiQ.com.

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