Pacific have created the first airport bar and cafe for upmarket mixer drinks specialists Fever-Tree.
The airside facility at Edinburgh International Airport was required to be extremely eye-catching and finished to a particularly high standard.
The Fever-Tree Bar utilises an island counter incorporating a bespoke timber canopy that features the firm’s signature Cinchona Ledgeriana (fever tree) symbol, which was created and fitted by Pacific’s in-house joinery experts.
The project also involved the fabrication of merchandise display shelving, banquette seating and a corian bar top.
Fever-Tree co-founder and CEO Tim Warrillow said: “Over a decade on from when we pioneered premium mixers, we continue to lead the way in elevating drinking experiences – this time at an international travel hub that is Edinburgh Airport, with our first-ever airport bar and café.
“We are looking forward to sharing more drinks with travellers from around the world as we embark on our journey to premiumise airport drinking and dining globally.”
Case study: Fever-Tree Edinburgh International Airport