City-wide Wine Flights and Royal Wedding Fizz-filled Celebrations For London Wine Week

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The capital is set to be awash with wine-filled delights once again as London Wine Week returns from 14th – 20th May. Back with a brand-new Hub and over 500 wines to try throughout the week, Londoners will be able to enjoy a seven-day adventure exploring and celebrating the city’s diverse wine scene.

Over 125 of the very best wine bars and restaurants will be serving wine tasting flights of wines and delicious ‘Sip & Snack’ food pairings created especially for the festival, which will be available exclusively to festival pass holders. The biggest celebrations of wine of its kind in the UK, it’s the capital’s largest self-guided wine tasting.

The week will also see a full programme of bespoke events taking place across London, including wine tastings, masterclasses, dinners, pop-ups and parties.

FOR A RIGHT ROYAL KNEES UP…
ROYAL WEDDING SCREENING AT LONDON WINE WEEK HUB | SATURDAY 19TH MAY

To top off the wine-filled celebrations, the London Wine Week Hub at Flat Iron Square will play host to a Royal Wedding garden party on Saturday 19th May, complete with bunting, confetti and of course, plenty of fizz. With a live screening of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day and dedicated menu of Champagne and cake, guests will enjoy a good old-fashioned knees-up throughout the day.

The wedding will be screened throughout the afternoon; starting with the ceremony at Windsor Castle at noon, followed by the carriage procession around Windsor Town. Free to attend, it’s the ultimate fizz-lovers’ celebration of the royal nuptials.

The Details
Address: 68 Union Street, London SE1 1TD
The Royal Wedding screening and celebration is free to attend and open to all (including non-Festival Pass holders) however Festival Pass holders will benefit from a discounted price point for glasses of wine.

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‘A Royal Match’ Wine Tasting Flight at Percy & Founders

Celebrating the pending nuptials of everyone’s favourite royal rogue, Prince Harry, and his beautiful American princess, get in the spirit with a flight fit for the occasion featuring wines from Wales, London and the US of A:

Chardonnay, Ancre Hill, Wales, UK
Chardonnay “Dierberg Vineyard”, Tyler, Santa Barbara, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon, “Cabot Square”, London Cru, London, UK

This royal flight will be available throughout London Wine Week for festival pass holders, which are available to buy on the DRINKUP.LONDON app.

The Details
Address: 1 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7EY

FESTIVAL PASSES AND TICKETS FOR ALL LONDON WINE WEEK EVENTS ARE AVAILABLE TO BUY NOW AT DRINKUP.LONDON or FROM THE DRINKUP.LONDON APP
@DrinkUpLDN LWW18

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Scottish Gin Caorunn Partner with International Fashion Designer

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The premium Scottish gin Caorunn (pronounced “ka-roon”) is proud to announce a collaboration with multiple award-winning creator of cutting-edge kilts, Siobhan Mackenzie. Siobhan has created a bespoke kilt, the iconic handcrafted Scottish garment, celebrating Caorunn’s contemporary tartan which is officially registered by The Scottish Tartan Authority.

The collaboration will champion Scottish craftsmanship in which designer Siobhan Mackenzie has taken inspiration from the Scottish handcrafted gin Caorunn to create a bespoke kilt.

While the traditional kilt dates to the 1720s, Mackenzie’s extremely eye-catching, contemporary stance, sees her contrast multiple fabrics and colours, leading to unexpected style features. Chiming with her ethos, Mackenzie describes Caorunn as a particularly current brand underpinned by a strong sense of Scottish craft.

Siobhan Mackenzie says: ‘I was filled with inspiration on how to take the Caorunn tartan forward in a way which emulates the beauty aesthetic form of the Caorunn bottle. Master Distiller, Simon Buley’s attention to detail, his commitment to using the highest quality ingredients and the exquisite level of craftsmanship is what makes Caorunn.’

Proudly small batch, handcrafted premium gin distilled in the heart of the Scottish Highlands harnessing pure, natural Scottish water, and is infused with five locally foraged botanicals, being: dandelion, heather, coul bush apple, bog myrtle and rowan berries working in harmony with six traditional gin botanicals.

Caorunn is created personally, in a unique way by Gin Master, Simon Buley. Simon forages local Celtic botanicals on the hills around Balmenach Distillery and expertly oversees the infusion of Caorunn in the world’s only working Copper Berry Chamber. The slow infusion of this chamber sets Caorunn apart.

Simon Buley, Caorunn master distiller, says; “The terroir, the process and the people ensure passion, innovation and tradition are poured into every bottle of Caorunn Gin. We are proud others are able to take inspiration in what we do. I strongly believe in championing Scottish craftsmanship and Siobhan is the perfect example of what makes it so special.”

The unisex Caorunn kilt is formed of a staple black skirt replete with a swoosh of grey Caorunn tartan running through back pleats, finished with a touch of tartan on the waistband and fringe. ‘It can be taken from day to night in a heartbeat,’ says Mackenzie. ‘The daytime look may be teamed with a cashmere sweater, long riding boots and tights; for the evening, it can be paired with black heels and blouse.’ The menswear kilt, meanwhile, may be worn formally with black or grey Argyll kilt jacket and waistcoat, with black kilt socks and shoes, or casually with boots and a polo shirt or sweater.

Shop the brand at http://www.siobhanmackenzie.com/.

Opland Aquavit Challenges Whisky and Cognac

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Salmon, cheese and the culinary arts put the Nordic kitchen on the map, and aquavit has made an entrance into some of the world’s best bars in cities such as Paris, Berlin and New York. Now is the time to strengthen our international presence, and the re-launch of Opland aquavit marks the start of these efforts.

“The ambition of the re-launch is to establish Opland aquavit abroad as a premium brand and compete directly with exclusive single malts or cognac,” says Arcus CEO, Kenneth Hamnes.

A homegrown favourite for international markets.

Arcus is the world’s largest producer of aquavit and owns many of the traditional brands. Opland aquavit has long been the most popular of the aquavits among Norwegians, topping the sales charts at Vinmonopolet year after year. Kenneth Hamnes is confident that Opland’s round, complex flavour will also be appreciated abroad.

– In addition to its renaissance in Norway, we are also seeing a growing interest in aquavit abroad. The German and the US markets in particular have discovered this Nordic drink, he explains.

The 24-month maturing process in sherry casks gives Opland a round flavour and complexity that is different from other aquavits. The man who has put his signature on the bottle, master blender Ivan Abrahamsen, thinks Opland is an aquavit that should be enjoyed year-round.

– The long maturing process gives Opland a complex composition. Many people connect aquavit and Opland with Christmas, but Opland aquavit is the perfect alternative to cognac or whiskey any time of the year. And, of course, it’s delicious with traditional dishes, particularly lutefisk, he adds.

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New design

To prepare Opland for the international market, London-based Stranger & Stranger, a design agency with an excellent reputation, was given the assignment to redesign the traditional bottle. The agency had previously worked with well-known spirit brands such as Martini and Jack Daniels, but this was the first time it had taken on an aquavit bottle.

– We’ve really enjoyed partnering with the Opland team at Arcus to repackage this definitive aquavit. The team were very open minded from the start, giving us total creative freedom to do what we do best, design! The refreshed packs are designed to give a greater competitive edge, creating a strong recognisable stand-out on shelf and back bar while increasing the quality premium craft cues of the brand, says Ivan Bell, Managing Director at Stranger & Stranger.

The entire Opland aquavit portfolio, including Edel and Single Cask, was given a new look. The bottles now have a more modern appearance that will appeal to Norwegians as well as old and new aquavit enthusiasts all over the world, but many of the brands’ characteristic features have been kept as well. Everyone who loves Opland aquavit will still recognise their beloved brand.

 

Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai Campaign Returns for 2018

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Spirits innovator Emporia Brands and award-winning Chairman’s Reserve rum of St Lucia Distillers are proud to announce the launch of the 2018 Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai campaign.

After yet another successful campaign in 2017, with winners Milk Bar from Reading representing the UK to second place in the 2017 international final, this year see’s the return of the Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai campaign, a collaboration between the World Spirit Awards 2018 winning Chairman’s Reserve rum range from St Lucia Distillers, and award-winning UK importer Emporia Brands.

Entries are open now and we ask bartenders across the UK to submit their twist on a Mai Tai, a serve closely associated with Chairman’s Reserve, using two expressions of the St Lucian rum (Original, White Label, Spiced and Forgotten Cask) as well as incorporating influence from the local culture of their venue, either the UK or their more specific territory. Entry deadline is June 30th at midnight,

All entrants are required to promote their creation over the two-month period of July and August, earning a variety of points that are rewarded for a combination of Chairman’s Reserve sales, social media activations, media content such as photos and videos, and event collaborations.

Once the campaign finishes, the top four venues who have gained the most points from all the entries will be invited down to London and top event space and bar The Magic Roundabout at Old Street station on Monday 17th September. Here, each venue will be asked to create their winning recipe to a VIP crowd of journalists and rum enthusiasts, with the hope of impressing them enough to vote as their favourite Mai Tai of the evening. The venue with the most tokens win themselves two plane tickets to St Lucia, the home of Chairman’s Reserve, in March 2019 as part of the immersive Chairman’s XI.

To submit your entry, please visit https://www.emporiabrands.com/chairmans-mai-tai

To enjoy a Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai,

– 40ml Chairman’s Reserve Original
– 10ml Chairman’s Reserve Spiced
– 25ml lime juice
– 15ml triple sec
– 12.5ml orgeat syrup

Shake & strain over crushed ice. Serve in tiki mug or old-fashioned glass. Add 2 dashes of Angostura and garnish with mint sprig.

Rumfest & The Rumfest Trade Show & Conference Day Return In 2018

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Kicking off a rum-fueled weekend of workshops, tastings and seminars

RumFest Trade & Conference Day – Friday 19th October 2018
RumFest – Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st October 2018
Golden Rum Barrel Awards – Sunday 21st October 2018

The RumFest Trade Show & Conference returns this October, bringing together some of the most prominent names and exciting newcomers in the industry, all under one roof. Taking place Friday 19th October 2018 at the ILEC in London, over 25 exhibitors will showcase their rums as industry professionals network and sample new releases as well as discuss hot topics affecting the spirit in the second ever RumFest Conference. Exhibitors this year include Rum Java, Mhoba Rum, Real McCoy Rum, Rhum Depaz and more. Registration for the RumFest Trade Show & Conference is open here.

RumFest’s consumer show will open its doors 20th-21st October to host an abundance of tastings, masterclasses, seminars and delicious food. Brands, mixologists, master blenders and specials guests will jet in from the UK and beyond, coming together for a united passion of all things rum. More information on tickets and the event can be found on the website via rumfest.co.uk. On Sunday The Golden Rum Barrel Awards returns to celebrate the best movers and shakers in the rum world.

The RumFest Trade Show & Conference has provided a platform for the industry’s newcomers and independent brands for over a decade, attracting rum wholesalers, distributors, buyers, bar professionals and importers to what has become a key date in the rum calendar. With the evolution of the spirit and consistent rise in popularity in the UK, the one day trade event provides the chance to discover new rums, discuss trends and debate over issues affecting the industry.

The RumFest Trade Show & Conference will showcase rum’s versatility by welcoming the finest producers of the spirit including Atlantico Rum, Real McCoy Rum, Mhoba Rum, Rum Java, Rum Pixan, Rhum Depaz and Kill Devil. Across the day advanced masterclasses, deluxe tastings and more will take place to get even more insight into the spirit.

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At the weekend RumFest opens its doors to consumers, Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st October, to host an extensive showcase of rum-related offerings with leading brands from across the globe. Ticket-holders will get the chance to immerse themselves in all aspects of rum – from seminars and workshops with top brands, ambassadors and leading industry figures to top mixologists, blenders and distillers teaching the art of cocktail making and the ideal pairings for particular rums. Ticket holders will have the chance to purchase Golden Tot Tokens. For visitors interested in premium rums, these tokens will give those a chance to sample higher premium rums retailing from £80-£200. For the first time founder Ian Burrell will also host a tasting showcasing five rare and expensive rums with a combined retail value of £1500.

To close the weekend of festivities on Sunday 21st October, the Golden Rum Barrel Awards will recognise those making waves in the rum world. Celebrating the exceptional efforts and stars of the industry, categories include UK Rum Brand Ambassador of the year, UK Rum Menu of the year, Best New Rum of the year, Best Single Rum, Best Traditional Column Rum and many more. The nominees for the awards will be announced for National Rum Day in August.

Speaking about this year’s events, founder and Global Rum Ambassador Ian Burrell, “The RumFest Trade Show and Conference is a fantastic chance to get the inside track on the next big thing in rum as well as try some hidden gems on the market. Last year proved once again that this is THE event for anyone in the business of rum, with the worlds best brands, master blenders, distilleries and aficionados from across the globe. 2018 promises to raise the bar again with a few more surprises”

Registration for the RumFest Trade Show & Conference Day is now open to members of the trade and press. Exhibitors looking to get involved in the event can apply by emailing emma@rumfest.co.uk.

RumFest standard tickets are now on sale from £49.50, which includes access to all areas of the event and tasting from all exhibitors. For press applications please contact tshai@wearefullfat.com . For full information on RumFest and to buy tickets head to rumfest.co.uk.

Laki Kane Launches This Summer

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Laki Kane is a brand new bar launching in London, N1 this summer. Co-founded by ex-Mahiki bar manager Georgi Radev, the concept is inspired by the award-winning mixologist’s passion for all things rum. Derived from the Polynesian ‘lucky person’, Laki Kane will be an escape from the city, with beautifully designed interiors that will transport guests to faraway tropical destinations. Offering a truly unique bar experience, drinks include showstopper cocktails created with rums from all over the globe along with mouthwatering exotic fruits, natural ingredients and, in a bold move – no refined sugar. Laki Kane will also produce its own rums, re-distilled on-site and upstairs in its Spiced Dry Rum Club, where the curious can create and flavour their own spiced rums using real pot stills. Laki Kane opens its doors in June.

Set on Upper Street in Islington, North London, Laki Kane will be spread across two floors and offer two unique experiences.

Downstairs will provide a tropical escape for all those who enter, thanks to a meticulous eye for detail that encompasses everything from the interior and furniture to the menus and even the scents. Inspired by its founders’ adventures to sunnier climes, Laki Kane brought together exciting tropical locations to Islington, including Asia, Polynesia, Indonesia and the Caribbean. To drink, a menu of unforgettable cocktails of the tropics created by Georgi, featuring exotic ingredients from all over the world, sugar cane syrups and the best rums, all served in bespoke vessels and delivered with a theatrical twist. Laki Kane’s expert bartenders will also be on hand to mix up delicious concoctions based on the tastes of their guests. To eat, a menu designed by renowned chef Michael Moore, will feature tropical-inspired dishes to compliment the cocktail offering. Exceptional service will be at the heart of Laki Kane and each table will feature push buttons for guests to call for service whenever they need.

Upstairs the Spiced Dry Rum Club offers the chance to experience the world of rum like never before, as rum-lovers and new-comers are invited to create their own twist on one of the fastest growing spirits in the UK. Through tastings guided by London’s foremost bartenders and rum experts, and experimentation with Spiced Dry Rum Club’s own pot stills, masterclasses will delve into the re-distillation process and explore a multitude of flavours and ingredients. New methods and techniques will allow visitors to create and walk away with their own personalised rum to sip and savour at home. Tickets for Spiced Dry Rum Club will be available from mid-May.

Laki Kane is the collaborative creation of Georgi Radev, Sam Robson and life long Islington resident and businessman Steve Kyprianou. Speaking about the launch Georgi says:

“Over the last 15 years I’ve been travelling around the world, learning and teaching about rum, Tiki and cocktails, and discovering a host of weird and wonderful bars on the way. The exotic destinations I’ve been to have become a big part of my life and now I want to bring a taste of this to London for us all to enjoy, even though we might not get the same weather! Laki Kane is an escape and we’re creating everything with that in mind, from the decor and service, to the food and an exciting cocktail menu made with incredible tropical ingredients that most people will have never experienced before. Rum will of course be at the centre of all of this and we’re excited to also be sharing the knowledge of this amazing spirit upstairs in our Spiced Dry Rum Club.”

Laki Kane will launch in June.
For further information, visit Lakikane.com.

London, Get Ready To Rumble!

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Jose Cuervo®, the world’s number one selling tequila, has announced the sponsoring of the grand ole fiesta the ‘Margarita Rumble’ for the second year. Margarita Rumble, which is taking over The Yard in Shoreditch on April 28th, is a major competition that sees expert mixologists from top bars across the city compete for the prestigious title of Best Margarita in London.

Margarita lovers will be pleased to know that the bottomless margaritas on offer will all be made with the award-winning Jose Cuervo Tradicional 100% agave tequila, crafted using methods originated by the Cuervo family over 200 years ago.

Guests can choose to join one of three sessions, with each reveller given a token on arrival to vote for their favourite margarita. Entertainment will consist of a traditional Mariachi band, Mexican dancers and DJs. For those curious to learn more about the cocktail of the moment, the festival favourite Cuervo Tequila Truck will be welcoming guests with a tequila tasting and hosting a salt pairing masterclass, where attendees will be shown how to pair the best salts found in the UK to different flavours of Cuervo margaritas.

The first wave of top talent confirmed to compete are Trapeze, Barrio Bars, Cabana Brixton, Whistling Shop, Benitos Hat, Little Bat, Eaton Square Bar, Zebrano, Simmons, and The BootLegger. Reigning champions Café Pacifico will be returning to defend their 2017 title, awarded to the passionfruit margarita that wowed the crowds at last year’s event, and has also claimed a permanent ‘Margarita Rumble’ cocktail feature at the Covent Garden restaurant.

Tickets and more information are available here for anyone wanting to get involved, with prices starting from £35 – https://www.londonmargaritarumble.com/buytickets/

Emily Says . . . . ‘Hot Toddy’

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In her seventh feature under ‘Emily Says . . .’, the voice to the Manchester bar scene in Emily Puckering looks at the pick-me-up she needed this week;

The Hot Toddy. The only alcoholic drink that is warmly welcomed when one is suffering from the typical and unavoidable British head cold. One of which I have found myself plagued with right now…

Lack of appetite, consistent headaches, blowing your nose around a hundred times a day; the common head cold is the ultimate downfall. This traditional Scottish tipple isn’t the miracle cure to this ghastly virus, but it certainly gives that little pick me up we all need when feeling a bit down in the dumps. But how did this little concoction come about?

Often known as Hot Whiskey, the Hot Toddy originates from Scotland and is typically made by mixing hot water, honey and liquor. The liquor used is more than often whiskey, but brandy and rum can also be used in this medicinal concoction. The Hot Toddy is traditionally drank before retiring for the night, and often delivers a peaceful nights sleep; just what we all need, especially us bartenders!

The drink is popular during the colder seasons when people are more prone to falling unwell, with the combination of boiling water and honey being there to sooth, and the alcohol being there to numb. But what is the perfect recipe for the Hot Toddy?

My talented colleague and wonderful friend Jonah Robertshawe has the answer. My Australian companion had a little dabble in creating the perfect Hot Toddy to soothe my sore throat; and mostly, to stop my complaining, and the spec goes a little something like this:

Glass – Mug or Latte Glass

2 slices of fresh ginger
Assorted spices (cinnamon, cardamom, peppercorns)
Star Anise clove
Fresh red chilli (to taste)
25ml honey
25ml lemon juice
35ml Monkey Shoulder Scotch Whiskey
Top with boiling water

Garnish – Lemon wedge and cinnamon stick

You don’t have to be an experienced whiskey drinker to be able to enjoy the Hot Toddy. The sweetness of the honey delivers a beautifully smooth drink, toning down slightly the kick of the Monkey Shoulder; perfect for those who aren’t whiskey lovers. For those whiskey fanatics, however, a measure or two extra is always welcomed.

The combination of spices will guarantee to kick start the taste buds, making this little number the perfect winter warmer… or the perfect cold & flu medicine. When feeling under the weather, a hot drink is always the guaranteed remedy, and Jonah’s Hot Toddy has certainly made its way to the top of my list when I’m sat in bed with a box of tissues feeling sorry for myself.

A big thanks to Jonah for the little pick me up I needed! And yet another wonderful creation from Mr Robertshawe, whiskey truly is a miracle worker.

Credit:
Jonah Robertshawe at The Botanist
Photo – Epicurious

Callooh Callay Relaunches The JubJub Members Bar Ahead Of 10th Anniversary

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Richard Wynne, founder of world-famous Shoreditch cocktail bar Callooh Callay has announced he will re-launch its ‘secret’ upstairs bar – the JubJub – from May. Following a dramatic transformation, the bar will re-open as a members space next month. Members to the bar will be either chosen through application, or by invitation from the bar team, and will be given a special JubJub key to unlock the door and give them access to the bar. The JubJub relaunch is part of a host of activities at Callooh Callay in the build up to the bar’s 10th Anniversary later this year.

The JubJub has been re-designed to reflect Callooh Callay’s ethos of “serious nonsense”, with the bar aiming to deliver complex cocktails in a fun, nonsensical fashion and a relaxed atmosphere. The bar will operate with an “exclusive yet inclusive” application process – with the bar welcoming applications from within the hospitality industry, as well as from regular customers who have an interest in cocktails and spirits.

Membership to the JubJub comes with a range of perks, including…

Member’s own personal key to access the front door of the JubJub

The option to use a secret entrance and exit to avoid queues at Callooh Callay

Priority access to weekly events including complimentary tastings and cocktail masterclasses

An exclusive monthly e-newsletter with advanced access to booking for events in the JubJub, including New Year’s Eve

A secret, direct Whatsapp number to check immediate availability at JubJub

Complimentary punch on arrival

The option to subscribe to the monthly JubJub bottled cocktail cabinet of curiosity, a monthly subscription programme for members to have a their own pre-bottled cocktail that can be collected immediately from a specific cabinet within the bar.

The bar will also act as a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs, with each month a different Callooh Callay bartender given the keys to the JubJub to fully manage the bar, including creating their own cocktail menu.

Callooh Callay will continue to partner with different spirits brands in the JubJub, changing on a rotating monthly basis where their brand ethos and story can be showcased through partnering with the bartender to create the menu. There will also be the opportunity to run a programme of brand events – from tastings to masterclasses.

Opened by entrepreneur Wynne in 2008 and located in the heart of Shoreditch on Rivington Street, Callooh Callay has earned its reputation as one of the best cocktail bars in the world, winning huge industry accolades including ‘Best International High Volume Bar 2016’ and ‘World’s Best Cocktail Menu’ in 2012 (‘Spirited Awards’ at Tales of the Cocktail), in addition to being included in the Drinks International World’s 50 Best Bars in 2016, 2014, 2013 and 2012. The bar has also launched the career of many a bartender, with an impressive list of alumni.

The JubJub will relaunch at Callooh Callay from May. Members can apply here: https://www.calloohcallaybar.c om/jubjub/

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Banks Rums Shares Tales Past, Present And Future With Kin

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The brilliance of punch lies in its versatility and sociability. The occasion invites friends to gather around a central ‘flowing bowl’, ladling cups of punch whilst musing over stories past, present and future, of which at Tales on Tour Edinburgh, there are sure to be many.

Back for its second year in April, Tales on Tour is set to pull in distinguished and passionate patrons of the drinks industry. In the spirit of this community gathering, Banks Rums invites you to explore some of the best bars that Edinburgh’s cocktail culture has to offer with partnership at the city’s newest addition, KIN.

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Having only opened at the end of 2017, KIN is the latest addition to Edinburgh’s booming cocktail scene. Founded by industry stalwarts Jody Buchan and Sam Baxendale, KIN is a cosy basement bar promising warm welcomes, delicious drinks and seasonable nibbles.

From Saturday 7 – Tuesday 10 April, KIN will become a home away from home for Banks Rums, featuring a daily menu of punch and cocktails, where guests can enjoy a range of innovative drinks served from beautifully crafted pewter punch bowls. Banks and KIN invite guests to revel in the warm hospitality and conviviality of the city and this special new bar and while they may enter as friends or even strangers, they will leave as a member of the family.

Gathering of KIN with Banks – Available daily from 4pm – 1am; KIN, 1 Barony Street, EH3 6NY

Follow Banks on Instagram @BanksRums