DISTIL. NO 9

SMALL COCKTAIL GUIDE - GLASGOW

NINE GLASGOW BARS YOU SHOULD GET TO KNOW


 
 

Scotland’s second (and largest) city could once claim to be “the second city of the British Empire”, and it can boast an appropriately broad range of cocktail venues and influences, which is reflected in this guide to nine of the city’s most innovative bars.  While these are unsurprisingly concentrated in the centre and along Argyle Street, we have also cast the net as wide as Milngavie, and mixed long-established favourites with some very new newcomers. Bartenders now get to travel the world to demonstrate their skills. It is a community of highly skilled individuals who care about their trade. This mobility of information has given countries around the world the ability to share trends and you can see the very best from around the world in any major city.  Mixology is now reaching ever greater heights. It’s not just the drink, but also the experience. Starting in this world of mixology it is important to get the first steps right, and first of all comes the balance of the cocktail. Vodka is the best spirit to start with and is like a blank canvas on which to paint your masterpiece. Fresh juices, syrups, tonics, fruit, spices and herbs all help make a cocktail individual. With every ingredient, it is important you choose a high quality one, just like a quality vodka. To help you with mixing your own drinks at home we have put together this guide with some of the very best mixologists. The Small Cocktail Guide is made to showcase the very best and their skills. It is a guide with nine Glasgow bartenders and nine cocktails with a base of Distil No.9 vodka. All the cocktails are presented differently and each of them has its own unique approach. It is important to note that the Mixology of 9 is not a competition, and every page shares an unforgettable experience and impressions. As a result, all of the bars which are included are listed in alphabetical order.

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