Whisky and Oyster Pop-Up Bar Launches in London For Start of Native Oyster Season

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The Scotch Malt Whisky Society and The Mother Shuckers open The Pearl Dram Whisky & Oyster Bar

WHAT:          The Scotch Malt Whisky Society has joined forces with oyster mixologists, The Mother Shuckers, to open a pop-up bar offering paired combinations of whiskies and oysters. The Pearl Dram Saloon will debunk the myth of pairing brown spirits with the crustacean delicacy in spectacular fashion.

WHY:             The start of Britain’s native oyster season on Sunday 1st September coincides with the 30th birthday celebrations of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society.  The Pearl Dram Saloon will take drinkers through matched oyster and whisky pairings, exploring the complex, subtle flavours of both.  Special events such as ‘The Secrets of Pearls’ to ‘Cocktails and Crustaceans’ will be held each day.

WHO:             The Scotch Malt Whisky Society has teamed up with renowned oyster mixologists, The Mother Shuckers, to create this unique pop-up. The Scotch Malt Whisky Society is a members only whisky club, with 26,000 members, venues in Edinburgh and London and branches in 19 countries worldwide. The Mother Shuckers take oyster addiction to the next level, regularly holding tastings where they expertly pair drinks with exceptional oysters.

HOW:              Entry is free to anyone aged 18+.  Full event details will be posted on www.smws.co.uk/pearldram

WHERE:          The Pearl Dram Whisky & Oyster Bar, 53 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DG

WHEN:            Open Thursday 5th – Sunday 8th September, from noon – 11pm (5pm Sunday)

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