The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in the third instalment of Nick Offerman’s ‘Father’s Day.’ As viewers have seen over the years, Nick and Ric Offerman have quite a few hobbies in common such as fishing and expertly creating things with their bare hands, however it’s not likely folks realise how truly similar they are… even Nick and Ric.
In the latest My Tales of Whisky video, viewer find themselves experiencing a day in the life of an Offerman. From the break of first dawn, father and son set about their day with purpose.
From catching up on timely current events, to tending to arduous yard work and even taking the necessary time to improve upon their woodworking skills, they are men of conviction. As they end their days with their preferred home-cooked meal paired with their favourite whisky, father and son chat to recap their day.
Nick noted, “While my Dad and I utterly disagree on our preferred temperature for a porterhouse steak, we do agree that nothing beats a dram of Lagavulin whisky at the end of a day filled with good work. Along with good manners and an adherence to elbow grease, an appreciation of fine whisky has been a core tenet of the Offerman family for lo, these many generations.”
To spare the potential rift between father and son that the temperature of a piece of meat can incite, Diageo recommend sticking to something you can be sure to agree on: a love of quality whisky. They promise that a Father’s Day enjoyed responsibly over a glass of Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whisky will be a holiday well spent… even Nick and Ric can mutually agree on that.