A new Johnnie Walker Terrace Garden with views towards Edinburgh Castle has launched at The Huxley on Rutland Street ahead of "one of the biggest celebrations of Scotland’s national drink" this weekend.

The Huxley in the West End has teamed up with the Johnnie Walker whisky experience on Princes Street and will mark the move by celebrating World Whisky Day at the venue on Saturday.

The 40-seater Johnnie Walker Terrace Garden at The Huxley offers an "idyllic location for people to enjoy their favourite cocktail and other tasty tipples right in the heart of the city", the operator said.

The new Johnnie Walker whisky cocktail menu at The Huxley is also unveiled.

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Mike Lewis, general manager of The Huxley and The Rutland Hotel, said: "We’re delighted to team up with a brand as special as Johnnie Walker.

"Having worked together to open our amazing outside drinking and dining space at The Huxley called the ‘Johnnie Walker Terrace Garden’, we’ve developed an accessible and delicious range of Johnnie Walker cocktails to compliment the Scottish summer.

“We’re so excited to welcome the Johnnie Walker experience to the West End of the city making the most of such an iconic building right across the street from our hotel and bar.”

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