According to Rich Report, The World’s Tiniest Whisky Bar Is An Edinburgh Police Stand
Sip your dram while getting cozy.
During a pandemic, might it be safer to drink in a closet alone? If you ever think, “I wish this felt more claustrophobic.” The world's smallest whiskey bar, which is touted as the world's smallest whiskey bar, will be open this August during Edinburgh's Fringe Festival for whiskey lovers who prefer small.
For the 75th anniversary of the Scottish Fringe Festival, Cask 88 set up a pop-up whiskey bar on Princes Street, Edinburgh, measuring 1,978 meters. It actually has enough room for two guests, so make sure you don't mind snuggling up with someone else before entering this converted police box. You won't be able to spend more than ten minutes in this mini-bar, so you might as well enjoy a dram of Cask 88's single cask scotch served by someone called "PC Peat," who is tall by his name. Mr. Stroodles' edible grain cups will also be used to serve the whiskey, although not everyone is a fan of consuming the whiskey glass.
Carl Johnstone, head of sales at Cask 88, said the tiny bar is a metaphor for the company. Tickets for the tiny whiskey bar are available through Eventbrite starting August 5 and lasting through August 28.