Cadenhead's Whiskey Shop & Tasting Room

    Cadenhead’s Whisky Shop and Tasting Rooms fits right in with the first-rate boutiques and restaurants that line the backstreets of Marylebone. A regal, family-owned Scottish company, Cadenhead’s began as a distillery in 1828. In 1842 it expanded as a bottler, but it wouldn’t be until a boozy lunch in Charing Cross’ legendary Gordon’s Wine Bar that the decision to open its first London shop in 1995 came about. Packed into its small ground floor shop, you’ll find a range of whisky to send even the most stoic Scotch fan’s heart a flutter. There are familiar brands like Lagavulin and Glenfiddich as well as bourbon, rum and gin, but manager Stephen Worrall says that it is the whisky from Cadenhead's distilleries that people travel for. Limited bottles have been known to sell out in hours and demand for Cadenhead’s Whisky comes from all over the world. The store itself is a quaint and studious place with a knowledgeable staff on hand to take you on a tasting or just guide you to your bottle of choice. Alternatively, go straight for the dusty whisky barrels - regularly topped up 30-year-old mixes that provide a nostalgic nod to the old Scottish grocers who once served their whisky in the same way. Show lessRead more

    26 Chiltern Street , London



    10:30-6:30
    10:30-6

    Category
    Food

    Subcategory
    Wine & Liquor

    Public Transport
    Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle; Hammersmith, Jubilee, Metropolitan)
    Regent's Park (Bakerloo)

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