As the Edinburgh Festival approaches and the numbers in the city begin to swell, attention will soon turn as much to the city’s finest pubs, bars and restaurants as it will to the quality of acts taking to the stage throughout August. On that note, it may be worth a mention that one of Edinburgh’s finest whisky bars Whiski will most certainly be worth a visit should you be taking to the streets of the capital over the coming weeks. Well in actual fact it is worth a visit anytime you may decide to take in the sites of Edinburgh.
When you visit the shop you will be greeted with the aroma of home cooked local gammon, the largest selection of the finest cheeses available in North East Scotland and shelves packed with a fantastic array of high quality grocery products.
No visit to the Gordon & MacPhail store would be complete without a visit to the Whisky Room. Stocking around 1000 different single malt whiskies, the Whisky Room attracts customers from throughout the world to its crowded shelves. Browsing through the wide selection of whiskies, many of which are very old and extremely rare, you have entered the Aladdin’s Cave of whisky.
As Malt Marketing continues to introduce visitors to the finest whisky experiences around today, we encourage you to introduce your own quality whisky shops, bars and events through our online marketing and promotions channel. Using a selection of media including our latest events section, whisky shops and bars directory, events calendar and Iphone app we welcome new opportunities to share the finest places to shop and enjoy whisky. As the appeal for whisky/whiskey continues to grow globally, www.maltmarketing.com wants to be there every step of the way helping celebrate this rather special drink.
Set on the corner of Seymour Street, Salt Bar & Dining Room’s modest exterior gives way to a sleek, contemporary interior. The dark wood tables add an air of elegance, whilst the bar extends to accommodate over 12 guests on the plush bar stools. The Salt Bar London has a shisha patio where al fresco dining can be enjoyed.
The Salt Whisky Bar and Dining Room menu focuses on Indian cuisine. Main courses of Malabar prawn curry and adaraki ka gosh feature alongside a selection of thali’s and many dishes from the tandoori grill.
A 4-minute walk from Marble Arch Tube Station, the Salt Whiskey Bar and Dining Room also has an extensive cocktail list. Salts top mixologist team create delicious whisky, gin,rum, mescal and champagne cocktails, as well as Bellinis…
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