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The Ivy on the Square launches autumn cocktail menu

Edinburgh's Ivy restaurant is offering customers a new, seasonal cocktail menu.

Published: September 25, 2021
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The Ivy on the Square in Edinburgh is celebrating the change of the season and the arrival of the autumn equinox with a ‘Harvest Moon’ themed installation, a seasonal cocktail menu carefully crafted with Johnnie Walker and a new dessert.

Launching on Thursday, 23 September, The Ivy on the Square will mark Harvest traditions that have been celebrated by Britons for centuries with a new installation featuring an abundance of oversized vegetables and dried flowers, with touches of The Ivy on the Square glamour and theatre throughout the restaurant.

What's on the autumn menu?

A new seasonal cocktail menu launched in partnership with Johnnie Walker includes the Smashing Pumpkin (£10.85), featuring sweet and smoky Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky, pumpkin purée, lemon juice, and topped with ginger ale.

There's also The Perfect Pear (£11.50), complete with Johnnie Walker Black Label, xante pear cognac, pear puree, cinnamon syrup, egg white, and aromatic bitters.

Additional new cocktails on the limited-edition menu include Thyme for Harvest (£11.75) containing Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve, Beet it juice, lemon juice, and sugar syrup topped with ginger beer, and the decadent Foraged Boulevardier (£11.50), complete with Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve, apple infused Mancino cherry Vermouth, and Aperol.

For those with a sweet tooth, a new dessert - hazelnut praline parfait (£10.95), will go down a treat.

It's made with crushed pistachio, a rich dark chocolate mousse, and a whisky infused caramel sauce.

The ‘Harvest Moon’ will run from Thursday 23 September to Sunday, 24 October. To book visit The Ivy Edinburgh website.

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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 as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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