Not only do Scots toast haggis with whisky, there is always a liberal helping of it to help with digestion. Put your reservations aside and try this moreish delicacy. With a hand-curated stock of over whiskies of all styles, ages and expressions from the four corners of Scotland and further afield , this basement West End bar prides itself on hand-selecting the highest quality drams for you to enjoy.
One particular highlight is the Closed Distillery whisky flight: an unparalleled opportunity to sample single malts from legendary distilleries long since closed or mothballed. A one-stop shop for all things whisky, Whiski Rooms has covered all the bases for all the aficionados out there.
As well as over single malts and blends to slake the keenest thirst with some bottles needing the ladder behind the bar to access them , this venue also serves up some of the most creative contemporary Scottish dishes in the city. With its ambient lighting and leather-clad snug, it is dangerously easy to lose hours of your life deep in conversation over a few drams.
The bar is open to the public, while the top two floors are reserved for Scotch Malt Whisky Society members. The bar takes a different approach, choosing to focus more on flavour profiles than region. And with age comes a certain degree of wisdom when it comes to judiciously curating its strong whisky collection. The victors in this game of hoopla is richly rewarded with — you guessed it — single-malt whisky. In an ever competitive crowd, the Black Cat, a wee hole-in-the wall pub, sets itself a part thanks to a rather fine selection of scotch whiskies.
That said, the distinctive selection of scotch on offer does most of the talking for this wee gem. Of course, the real reason for coming here for a drink is the expertise behind the bar. Getting out. Sign up. Thanks for signing up! Sorry, there seem to be some issues. Please try again later. Amend or Cancel Booking. General Enquiries : enq fountaincourt. Why book direct. Our Apartments. About us. King of Alba. In Stephen, Leslie ed. Dictionary of National Biography.
Pictish and Scottish monarchs. This bar and restaurant focuses on serving up the best local and seasonal produce, and has over whiskies to choose from behind the bar. Love whisky? The styling is industrial featuring exposed brick and stainless steel but fret not, the atmosphere is warm and lively as residents and visitors flock to sample the now world renowned, headline grabbing beer.
Perhaps unsurprisingly the beer offering is vast and not just from the brand itself, which can be sampled in a range of measures. They recently opened a second location on the corner of Festival Square, perfect for grabbing a craft beer after a show at the nearby Usher Hall. Home of world renowned folk music. The bar, which is located on Forrest Road, is small but what it lacks in square footage it makes up for in character. Located on the Radisson Collection hotel just of the Royal Mile, Epicurean serves aromatic infusions and colourful cocktails using home grown flowers and herbs from its very own EvoGro hyrdoponic.
This chic and vibrant bar provides a true taste of Scotland with a fantastic selection of Scottish spirits and Malts, in addition to having some of the best mixologists in town shaking and stirring up the finest cocktails.
With over whiskies to choose from, Whiski Rooms is an absolute must for any whisky fanatic. Explore their collection and choose your favourite from one of the biggest malt selections in the city. If you fall in love with a particular dram, you can take home a bottle or two from their on-site whisky shop. Stockbridge is one of Edinburgh's most exciting neighbourhoods. Walk minutes north of the city centre and you'll be rewarded with some of the city's favourite pubs and bars. Coming to you from the same very talented people who brought us Bramble and Lucky Liquor Co.
Like its sister venues, the cocktails are hugely impressive but The Last Word Saloon also provide an extensive selection of small batch spirits, wines and craft beers whilst also experimenting with techniques and ingredients to create truly unique mixers, syrups and bitters, which are all made in-house.
The bar is an established favourite with locals, be it for a post-work pint or a relaxed Sunday thirst-quencher. Ales, craft beers, ciders or homemade house tipples — Hector's have something for everyone and their dug. The cosy, traditional basement bar is the location of many local events from weekly quiz nights to the famous annual duck race!The iconic Scottish Gaelic rock band's catalogue on CD and DVD, including their 3 CD set/ double DVD farewell concert The Last Dance, closing a chapter on a fantastic 45 year career in music. Edinburgh Military Tattoo