Fever-Tree opens its first bar at Edinburgh Airport

Fever-Tree has opened its first-ever premium bar and café at Edinburgh Airport.  Located airside, the 51-seat Fever-Tree Bar and Café, has opened ahead of the airport’s busy summer months and just in time for the Platinum Jubilee long weekend.  They estimate that over 40,000 mixed drinks will be served to domestic and international travellers in the first year.
The bar’s drinks menu will reflect the growing popularity of spirits and help travellers discover their new favourite mixed drink with spirits from local and international distilleries. The small plates menu includes breakfast are made with local and seasonal ingredients.

Fever-Tree’s co-founder and CEO Tim Warrillow said, Over a decade on from when we pioneered premium mixers, we continue to lead the way in elevating drinking experiences – this time at an international travel hub that is Edinburgh Airport, with our first-ever airport bar and café. We are looking forward to sharing more drinks with travellers from around the world as we embark on our journey to premiumise airport drinking and dining globally.”

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