This time around the bar will focus on the role of wood and casks in the whisky making process, and attendees can subsequently expect to sip on cask inspired cocktails, as well as taste some of the brand’s most unique and exclusive whiskies.
As they enter the space guests will be met by a wood finished speakeasy, which will serve concoctions such as the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban-based Smoke & Mirrors, and Sweet Sixteen - a creation that is made using Glenmorangie Lasanta.
Visitors will be invited to consume their choice of beverage in the nearby Library Room, and there will also be opportunities to enter The Vault – a room designed for those who are particularly interested in rare whiskies.
The aforementioned space will serve expressions from Glenmorangie’s Prestige range, 18 Year Old, 25 Year Old, Signet and Pride 1978. Additionally, the room will be the only location in the world to serve Glenmorangie 1963 by the dram. Food and whisky pairings will also be available here.
The Beyond The Cask pop-up bar will be located on 15 Bateman Street, and it will remain in situ until 12 March, with a one-day closure scheduled for Sunday (6 March).
The brand has enlisted Polar Black Events to design and produce the space.
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