London – New cocktail bar TT Liquor enables patrons to buy and store bottles of high-quality alcohol to drink at a later date.
Located in the heart of London’s East End, TT Liquor comprises a bar, shop and tasting room spread across three floors. The ground-floor shop boasts more than 1,000 different liquors stacked on tall shelves, which guests can sample at a reduced rate at the bar downstairs.
Visitors are encouraged to keep a personal drinks cabinet at the bar as part of its bottle keep policy. The Japanese practice is becoming increasingly popular in drinking establishments around the world, including at The Flatiron Room in New York. Patrons at TT Liquor hire deposit boxes and store bottles of premium alcohol inside to be consumed at a later date, encouraging repeat custom.
Upstairs, guests can experience the TT Liquor tasting room, which offers a menu of drink journeys that explore an important period in the history of cocktails.
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