This month, the terrace at The Ivy on the Square has been transformed into a magical greenhouse and garden with a bespoke floral installation, creating a city centre sanctuary, complemented by a menu of themed cocktails available Thursday, 13 August until Thursday, 22 October in collaboration with Edrington-Beam Suntory UK.
Alongside the beautiful bespoke floral installation, The Ivy on the Square transport’s guests to their garden with a special cocktail menu created by the brasserie’s expert bar team.
Refreshing cocktails include Ao Sora, made with Roku Gin, Blue Curacao, yuzu juice, topped with Fever-Tree Mexican Lime and Yuzu Soda; Hanami Martinez made with Roku Gin, Cherry Blossom vermouth, Velvet Falernum, Maraschino Liqueur and a dash of orange bitters; Osaka Mule, with Haku Vodka, Akashi-Tai Honjozo Kuro Sake, lime juice, topped with Fever-Tree Ginger Beer, garnished with a lime wedge and mint sprig; Umeboshi Old Fashioned, The Macallan 12 year-old ld Double Cask Scotch, Akashi-Tai Shiraume Umeshu Plum Sake, sugar syrup and a dash of plum bitters and Naked Bramble, Naked Grouse, lemon juice, sugar syrup, a float of Crème de Mure, garnished with cherries.
Chris Greenan, General Manager at The Ivy on the Square says:
“Ideally located in the heart of Edinburgh, The Ivy on the Square is the perfect place to escape your own garden and enjoy all that our terrace has to offer during your visit. We can’t wait to welcome our local residents and visitors alike.”
Andrew Morrison, on-trade sales director, at Edrington-Beam Suntory UK says:
“We are delighted to partner with The Ivy on the Square bringing this unique and exciting experience to the centre of Edinburgh. This bespoke cocktail menu includes a range of refreshing serves, perfect for consumers to relax and enjoy in this beautiful setting”.
The Ivy on The Square is situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre, offering approachable sophistication and luxury with an underlying feeling of glamour and theatre for residents, businesses, and visitors.