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June 12, 2015 | Sean Mahoney, Gift Shop Representative

Father’s Day is just around the corner and the Shop at the Gardens has some great gift ideas for the dad(s) in your life. Don’t forget Gardens members receive 10% off all purchases. The Shop is open daily, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. (last entry to the Gardens is 8 p.m.) You don’t need to pay admission to visit the Shop.

Diversity Coffee   Duke Cannon soaps

Coffee from Diversity Coffee
Diversity Coffee is the brainchild of Dr. Sarada Krishnan, the Gardens’ director of Horticulture and Center for Global Initiatives. Dr. Krishnan's family owned two coffee plantations in India and she's now continuing the family tradition with her own farms in the Jamaica Blue Mountains. Diversity Coffee is ethically sourced, expertly roasted and most importantly--delicious! A pound of Diversity Coffee along with a Denver Botanic Gardens’ pot-shaped mug makes a perfect gift for the dad who loves a great cup of joe.  

Body care from Duke Cannon
For the dad who likes to look great but doesn't take himself too seriously, we think soaps, shaving creams and hair care from Duke Cannon are a must-have this Father's Day. Made in the USA and with tongues planted firmly in cheek, Duke Cannon uses vintage military inspired packaging and high quality ingredients  to create a very modern and cool line of grooming products.

Toiletry bags from Catseye London    Roadside Emergency Kits

Toiletry bags from Catseye London
These retro-style bags are great for travel or for storing razors, lotion and tooth brush at home. Two designs are available: photograph of vintage cyclists or an old-school barber shop scene.

Roadside Emergency Kits
Great looking and incredibly practical, the Shop is excited to offer roadside emergency kits, ideal for the father who lives by the motto, "You can never be too prepared." Each kit is equipped with essentials like jumper cables, work gloves and a ratchet set. The carrying case is triangular and can serve as a caution sign set on the roadside.


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