If you're still keen to enjoy drinks at home, this cocktail delivery service may be ideal.

For those not hitting the newly reopened pubs, Moët Hennessy has launched a new cocktail delivery service.

Cocktail fans are invited to discover and enjoy a range of drinks from the comfort the sofa with the new Drinks-At-Home service from Moët Hennessy.

This new online hub offers nationwide cocktail delivery, and is partnering with Mothership in Edinburgh to provide cocktails to Scotland.

How does it work?

Drinks-At-Home offers a complimentary platform for independent bars to deliver cocktails to their local communities, whilst keeping all the revenue and removing the admin – allowing bartenders to focus on what they do best.

Mothership, the Edinburgh company behind Bramble, Lucky Liquor and The Last Word have been producing delicious creations since 2004 and, for the launch of Drinks-At-Home, have blended a special treat for home delivery.

The Aged Affinity is a signature small batch cocktail from Mothership’s award-winning Bramble Bar in Edinburgh.

A delicious whisky drink, it blends Glenmorangie The Original, a vermouth blend, bitters and Byrrh.

To enjoy at home, all you need to do is pour.

Other cocktails from Mothership, which are available for delivery include: Bottle Aged Brooklyn, a Six Cylinder cocktail and a Grand Central cocktail, plus small and large bottled cocktail sets.

The Moët Hennessy Drinks-At-Home delivery service not only offers convenience but proudly supports local businesses, with 100 per cent of the revenue going towards the bar.

How to use

· Visit Drinks-At-Home

· Enter your postcode to discover the best cocktail bars on your doorstep

· Select the bar

· Select your cocktails from world class favourites to signature serves

· Wait for delivery and enjoy

 

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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