Dice Lounge: Review

Dice Lounge relaunches

Perhaps there’s a reason why 007 likes it shaken not stirred. Maybe it’s the mixture of eclectic flavours. Maybe it’s the bright and exotic colours or exciting names. Or maybe it’s because sometimes a pint won’t suffice. Either way, don’t we all love the occasional cocktail?

This is where Dice Lounge comes in. Positioned on the corner of bustling Albert and Stockport road in Levenshulme lies this sophisticated cocktail haven.

From a cosmopolitan to an old fashioned, Dice Lounge will tickle your fancy. With a 2-4-1 deal on cocktails all day Wednesday, its hard to say no to the tantalising offers.

At TNT, we were treated to the ‘most unique and popular cocktail’, The Dice Punch. The name of the cocktail definitely suits its purpose because it does indeed pack a punch. With equal measures of Wray and Nephew and Malibu, The Dice Punch is a taste of the exotic. The sharp sweetness of lime and pineapple juice bring out the flavours of the overproved rum. Garnished with mint, lemon and a flaming passion fruit, The Dice Punch is a spectacle to taste and behold.

Next we tried The Old Fashioned Indian. The twist on the classic included cardamom syrup, which mixed with the chocolate and orange bitters gave a sweet, smooth and mellow flavour. With orange zest and milk chocolate shavings to garnish, The Old Fashioned Indian was yet another drink that wowed us.

Finally The Saharan Bramble was served. Mixing gin with mango and lychee allowed the flavour of the gin to shine through without being overpowered. Served with crushed ice and a drizzle of creme de mer, the layering of the colours makes for a fruity twist on the classic gin bramble.

Having relaunched at the end of April, Dice Lounge have not only revamped their interior, but similarly, their food and cocktail menu. With more signature cocktails, exciting entertainment evenings and special events, you’d be a fool to miss out on Dice Lounge.

TNT Food & Drink Alexia Hendrickson

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