Whisky Den, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Whisky Den is a small bar on Russell Street that focus on… well you can probably figure that one out. The bar is very intimate, with five seats at the bar, a small table to the side, and a small mezanine level. Combined with the low ceilings and a retro, eclectic soundtrack, it feels very reminiscent of the small bars you find in areas like Golden Gai in Tokyo.

There’s over 350 different whiskeys from around the world behind the bar, with something to suit all budgets. Staff are extremely knowledgeable and there’s a complete lack of pretension. If you know your whisky you’ll love the place, but if you know very little about the stuff the staff will happily teach you about what’s on offer and find the right whisky for you, at a price that’s within your budget.

The small six-page cocktail list is fantastic, and features quality versions of the classics like the Manhattan, Whisky Sour, and Old Fashioned. The Old Fashioned, made using Old Forester Kentucky bourbon, is particularly good. There is a token beer, wine and non-whisky spirits selection, but Whisky Den makes no claims about being what it’s not. Whisky is the way to go here.

For food it’s a small selection of pre packaged snacks and a few cooked options from Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen next door.

Whisky Den

B2, 27 Russell Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9650 1570
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am

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