8 Perfect Holiday Gifts For Your Favorite CEO by John Kell @FortuneMagazine November 28, 2016, 6:48 AM EST E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons What do you get the man—or woman—who has almost everything? That’s the conundrum for the family members, friends, and work colleagues of the chief executive—the person makes millions annually if lucky enough to steer one of America’s largest publicly-traded corporations. With this in mind, Fortune has compiled the ultimate gift guide that should be perfect for the CEO. The world’s best whiskey. The influential Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible earlier this fall named Booker’s Rye the “World Whisky of the Year” for 2017. It beat out 1,240 other new whiskies that were presented at this year’s judging, beloved because it was viewed as a “staggering example of a magnificent rye showing exactly what genius in terms of whiskey actually means.” The bottle retails for about $300. “The Art of the Deal.” The book that helped establish the legend of businessman Donald Trump—now President-elect Trump. CEOs of all political backgrounds will likely find this book an important read as it could give extra insight into what makes President Trump tick. A paperback version of the book sells for just a little over $9 on Amazon.com amzn . A tech-enabled alarm clock. CEOs need their sleep—but they also need to be up early for that important meeting or 5 AM workout routine. Our friends at Time recently recommended the Hello Sense alarm clock, which also gauges temperature, light and humidity in the bedroom to help steer the perfect sleep environment. Retails for $149. A regal weekend getaway. Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus each year unveils an opulent “fantasy” gift guide and our favorite in the collection is a week of luxury living at an estate that was featured in two episodes of the hit show Downton Abbey. For $700,000, the lucky CEO in your life can stay at Alnwick Castle, where a Michelin-starred chef will prep a variety of feasts. Apple Watch Series 2. Smartwatches are still tech toys for the early adopter; they’ll need some refining before they become as ubiquitous as smartphones. With that in mind, the newest gadget for our wrists from Apple is a step in the right direction. Perfect for tracking movement, the device has a built-in GPS and it’s waterproof (so you can swim with it). Price: $369-$399. Cuban cigars and rum. This one is a bit tricky: though the Obama administration earlier this fall lifted restrictions on these Cuban-made vices, the cigars or rum have to be purchased from markets abroad or at a duty free shop in foreign airport. Shoppers that find them abroad won’t have any issues getting the cigars or rum through U.S. customs. Previously, there had been a $100 maximum threshold, but that was eliminated in October. Audi A4. The A4 was named among the Kelley Blue Book’s 11 best new cars for 2017, specifically scoring the best “luxury car” spot on the list. Kelley Blue Book touted the automobile’s “elevated mix of tastefully modern exterior and interior styling.” It also comes with the tech bells and whistles that people expect today, including Apple Car Play. List prices range between $37,300-$45,900. Momentum Bike. Who wouldn’t love this classic-looking bike? It is equipped with a built-in cupholder, a chain guard to protect a rider’s clothes from the city’s dirt, and a rear rack to carry cargo. $410. Oh, it also comes in a variety of colors, including blue/bronze, black/white and green/orange. We’ve included affiliate links into this article. Click here to learn what those are.