Gifts for Grooms
What’s as rare as the love you share? A bottle of Macallan born around the time he was. Aged in sherry oak casks, this 25-year-old single-malt scotch is complex and layered. You know, like you. $520, Blanchard’s, 103 Harvard Ave., Allston, 617-782-9500, blanchards.net.
Feed his passion for the green (fairways, that is) with five hours of golf lessons at City Golf. He can book tees indoors or out. Take it up a notch by including the Cleveland HiBore XLS, a hybrid club. Lessons, $400; club, about $200; both from City Golf, 38 Bromfield St., Boston, 617-357-4653, citygolfboston.com.
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A classy way to begin any honeymoon, a stylish passport cover will hold his tickets to paradise for years to come. Monogrammed canvas, $260, Louis Vuitton, Copley Place, Boston, 617-437-6519, louisvuitton.com.
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Somehow a custom-made dress shirt seems so (forgive us!) fitting for a groom. He can choose from hundreds of fabrics and dozens of styles at Alan Rouleau’s Back Bay showroom. $200 and up, Alan Rouleau Couturier, 73 Newbury St., Boston, 617-424-7848, alanrouleau.com.
Let Savenor’s bring home the bacon. A three- or six-month subscription to its Bacon Society delivers creative cured meats—including duck and wild boar varieties—straight to your table. Three-month subscription, $90; six-month, $180. Savenor’s, 160 Charles St., Boston, 617-723-6328, and 92 Kirkland St., Cambridge, 617-576-6328, savenorsmarket.com.
Score big points with your Sox fan by giving him these team-themed cuff links. $50, Leavitt & Pierce, 1316 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 617-547-0576.