Whisky on the go go! London hotel installs vending machine selling shots of single-malt for £8
- The Napoleon Hotel in Moorgate has launched a whisky vending machine
- Customers can buy tokens for £7.95 to chose a 50ml pouch of single malt
- The vending machine is part of a whisky subscription service in Shoreditch
- The machine will be located in the hotel for the Christmas party season
A London hotel has installed a whisky vending machine ahead of the Christmas party season allowing revelers to avoid long queues at the bar.
The service has been launched at the Napoleon Hotel in Moorgate, central London and will be available for the party season.
The shots of single malt are contained inside a plastic pouch and cost £7.95 each.
The Napoleon Hotel in Moorgate, Central London has a whisky vending machine which offers single malts from different distilleries for £7.95 each
Customers have to buy tokens from the bar before being allowed to select their whisky
The pouches contain 50ml of single malt whisky and cost £7.95 each
Customers have to buy tokens from the Devil’s Darling bar inside the hotel from 5pm each day.
The tokens can be used in the vending machine between 10am and 2am according to the promoters.
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A selection of single malt whiskies will be on offer, each of them for the same price of £7.95.
Customers will be able to read about each of the whiskies before making their choice.
The machine has been launched by the Black Rock Bar in Shoreditch, who are behind a subscription service called Whisky-Me.
Customers can use the machine between 10am and 2am – as long as they have a token
Thomas Aske and Tristan Stephenson of the Black Rock Bar have curated the selection of whisky which they claim ‘best represent the flavours and diversity of single malt’.
Some of the whiskies on offer are from world famous distilleries such as Macallan, Royal Lochnagar and Aberfeldy.
Mr Aske said his company is ‘on a mission to reinvent whisky’s stereotypically serious image with a fun, contemporary approach and a belief that everyone should be able to enjoy delicious whisky without being a connoisseur’.
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