Eden Locke opens Hyde and Sons

1st of September, 2017 | Posted in Edinburgh Email Article | Print Article

Edinburgh aparthotel Eden Locke, which opened earlier this summer on George Street, now has its very own bar and coffee lounge called Hyde & Son. Although serving a range of spirits and wine, it’s the coffee-side of the business that the owners have concentrated on.

James Wise, winner of the London Coffee Masters competition 2017 will make sure customers get the best from the selection of artisan coffee, rare and exclusive teas.

Local coffee roasters Fortitude and local brewers Harviestoun are among the suppliers and local bakery Twelve Triangles are providing the doughnuts and handmade pastries. Commented James, “We’re always tasting, tweaking, experimenting and discovering, and hope that our guests will have the chance to join us and do the same here at Hyde & Son in Edinburgh.”

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