Haig Club scotch bar launches in Birmingham

27 June 2017

Bringing some of Scotland to Brum, Haig Club has opened the Haig Club Bar on the 25th floor of the city's The Cube.

Sitting alongside the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, the new bar has some pretty fantastic views of the city, and is set to showcase Haig Club and Haig Club Clubman through a bespoke drinks menu and cocktail list.

Decked out in blue, the bar takes inspiration from the copper and blue exterior of the Haig Club bottle, with the aim of creating a modern and relaxing space for people to get their scotch on.

'We’re hugely excited to have unveiled the new Haig Club Bar here on Level 25. The bar has been designed to create an exclusive experience for our guests, with a dedicated and knowledgeable team to welcome them,' said Max Bennett, operations manager at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill. 'We know that it will soon become a must-visit destination for whisky lovers and cocktail connoisseurs, in addition to offering a unique venue for business meetings and private celebrations.'

'We are really excited to be working with The Cube Birmingham, creating this unique Haig Clubman experience in a city where cocktail culture continues to grow and excite,' added Nick Temperley, UK head of Reserve Brands at Diageo.

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