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There’s no cold weather remedy like drinks by
a crackling fire. Here are some of the best in town.
• Amani Wine Bar, Leederville
Drink Cullen Cab Sav/Merlot
• Andaluz Bar and Tapas, CBD
Drink Wild Spice cocktail
• The Boulevard, Floreat
Drink Patrizi Nebbiolo d’Alba
• The Brisbane Hotel, Highgate
Drink Dolce Amaro cocktail
• The Cabin Small Bar, Mt Hawthor n
Drink Mulled wine
• Clancy’s Fish Pub, Fremantle
Drink Nail Brewing Oatmeal Stout
• The Cottesloe Beach Hotel, Cottesloe
Drink A dram of Ardbeg
• The George, CBD
Drink A Dark & Stormy
• Mrs Brown Bar, North Fremantle
Drink Spiced rum
• Subiaco Hotel, Subiaco
Drink Vasse Felix Cab Sav
• Sandalford Winery, Swan Valley
Drink Sandalford Founders Reserve Liqueur Port
While any bar worth its weight stocks a whisky or two, Perth’s
handful of whisky bars are a dram lover’s dream.
CANTON LOUNGE BAR | As well as Chinese fare, the small
bar has an impressive collection of rare Japanese whiskies.
The most interesting bottles include a 21-year-old Nikka
Taketsuru Malt and an 18-year-old Togouchi. Match with salty
edamame for Japanese whisky heaven. 532 Hay Street, Perth.
HELVETICA | One of Perth’s first small bars, Helvetica has
grown to become a favourite for its laid-back vibe, great
service and epic collection of whiskies from around the
world. We’re a huge fan of the bottle lockers upstairs where
patrons can stash their favourite whiskies until their next
drinking session. Oh, and did we mention Helvetica serves
the best Mint Julep in town? 101 St Georges Terrace, Perth.
VARNISH ON KING | This newish small bar in the CBD is
the city’s first dedicated American-style whiskey bar, stocking
180 bourbons, ryes, and single malts. Standouts include
Woodfood Reserve, Noah’s Mill and Bulleit, but it’s the bar’s
barrel-aged cocktails that turn heads. 75 King Street, Perth.
WEE BAR | While originally designed to be a wee little
Scottish and French bar (apt name, wouldn’t you say?), Wee
is fast becoming known as Mt Hawthorn’s favourite whisky
venue. The eccentric, kitsch-covered locale serves a range
of Scottish whiskies along with comfort food like cheese
boards, chocolate fondue and – if you’re lucky – haggis.
406 Oxford Street, Mt Hawthorn.
Wee Bar. INSET Jamie
Passmore at Varnish on King.
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