Finding the perfect gift to reward the old man on Father’s Day remains one of the toughest tasks known to men who wish to appreciate their dads.Especially if the old man knows his whisky, then it is very easy to slip and make it the worst gift ever. No one wants to even start imagining the thought of having to mess up a day that was otherwise meant to be special to the one man who taught them the first thing about life.Luckily, in this article, we will share with you 5 Single Malt whisky options you can gift your dad on Fathers’ Day and hopefully, make him a happy dad.1. Glenlivet 18 Year OldGlenlivet 18 Year Old is an expression that has won more awards than any other expression in its range.Tasting Notes:Glenlivet 18 Year Old is an old gold appearing whiskey with a rich fruit and toffee nose. It is well balanced on the palate and bursts of sweet orange. The finish is long with raisins and spice.2. Oban 14 Year OldThe Oban 14 Year Old is a Western Highland representative in Diageo’s Classic Malt series. It is a superb, full-bodied fruity malt with a whiff of heather and more than a hint of smoke.Tasting Notes:The Oban 14-Year Old is an Olive-gold-appearing drink. It has a rich sweetness and fruity notes of oranges, lemons and pears with a sea-salt and peaty smokiness on the nose. The body is full and rich. the palate is mouth-filling with late autumn fruits – dried fruits and honey-sweet spices; followed by a smoky malt dryness. The drink culminates with a long, smooth-sweet finish with oak-wood, dryness and a grain of salt.3. Glenmorangie Quinta RubanGlenmorangie Quinta Ruban is the darkest and most intense whisky in its range of extra-matured. It’s matured for more than 10 years in American white oak casks, then transferred into specially selected ruby port pipes from the Quintas.Tasting NotesQuinta Ruban has a dark chocolate aroma, with tangerines and servile oranges mingling with sandalwood and walnut, preceding a spicy finish of pepper and nutmeg. Its taste of mint chocolate and walnuts envelope the palate like velvet, laying foundations for rose, Turkish delight and sweet Sevile oranges. The finish is a long-lasting, silky aftertaste that end with a dark chocolate mint.4. Glenlivet Founder’s ReserveGlenlivet Founder’s Reserve is a special tribute to the one who started it all, George Smith. Boasting the classic flavours of The Glenlivet, this expression has been created using the time-honoured distillation methods that George introduced ages ago.Tasting Notes:Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve is a pale-gold appearing drink with a citrus fruit and sweet orange aromas. It bursts with zesty flavours of orange, pear and toffee apples on the palate. The finish is long, creamy and smooth.5. Singleton of DufftownThe Singleton of Dufftown is a gentle and smooth single malt. The malt is very popular for its polished, approachable and very-easy-to-drink character.Tasting Notes:Singleton of Dufftown has a rich aroma of fruits and toasted nuts. It bursts with hints of blackcurrant, brown sugar and coffee on the palate.There you have it! Our top-five list. Feel like we left something out? Tell us about it in the comments!