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Ruby, Copenhagen

Nybrogade 10, 1203, Denmark
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4 Star Rating
13 February 2019RubyTags: Copenhagen, Denmark, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £47 per head
 

Located in the centre of Copenhagen, tucked away inside a beautiful building. Full of character, Ruby pulls off the ‘shabby chic’ vibe wonderfully; with a number of eclectic sofas and armchairs which are very welcoming in comfort.

Being a cocktail bar, we thought we would be foolish not to sample some of the cocktails that Ruby has to offer.

“Add this one to your list for Copenhagen; you will not be disappointed.”

To begin, we sampled the Rita and Ruby - a rhubarb twist on a margarita with fresh rhubarb juice, lime, and licorice infused tequila.

Second up, we went for the Trade Route Cocktail - inspired by historical trade routes, this cocktail sees ginger liqueur and Japanese plum wine with Ron Zacapa. Finished with a hint of basil, this cocktail is all about wonderful flavour combinations.

Summer & Ale was our next cocktail of choice - gin, blended with jasmine tea and bitter Cynar, complimented by elderflower and lemon flavours, and finished with India Pale Ale.

For our last cocktail, we chose the Green & White, which was an interesting, creamy combination of dill and white chocolate. We’re all for innovation in cocktails, and the introduction of dill into this one really worked unexpectedly well. Finished with white chocolate ganache and a dusting of licorice root - this cocktail is one not to be missed.

Finally we settled in with a bottle of 2012, Macon Villages, Domaine Valette - a wonderfully juicy Chardonnay; as well as a couple of snacks of mixed nuts with smoked salt, and green Mammut olives.

The service and the drinks were impressive. Despite our waiter dropping two glasses of water over me, we left suitably impressed with our visit to Ruby. We would urge you to be sure to add this one to your list for Copenhagen; you will not be disappointed.

 
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