Libate in drams of Scotland’s finest and rare bottlings of worldly persuasion. One can easily journey from the sherry-seasoned notes of Speyside, to the multifaceted malts and blends of Japan, and back to the enchanting peat of Islay. Or simply cave in to any one of the prized blends and varietals cultivated by some of the best-known old-world winemakers, as well as a show stopping selection of storied vintages that date as far back as 1952 – now ripe for a second picking. A tight, confident curation of classic cocktails are revived with modern-day infusions, each their own nuanced spin on time-honoured aperitivo and amaro recipes.
Lending a bit of their rustic French bistro spirit, ground floor neighbours Atout brings up a selection of charcuterie and cheeses—including a deliciously unctuous Chicken Liver & Foie Gras Pâté and impossible-to-hate Truffle Brie—and other manner of moreish munchies, leaving your every need eagerly satiated.