Get to Know Indian Whiskies & Gins
India has always had a rich heritage of teas and coffees, whilst its relationship with spirits has been a rather reserved one. However, in the last few years there has been a quiet revolution taking place. With experimentations and acceptance of newer varieties and flavours, the taste profile of spirits has transformed in India. A culture of single malts, craft gins and rums, wines, agave, interesting beers and more are taking centerstage.
The Economic Times.
The world is acquiring a taste for Indian Single Malt Whisky.
Flows of the Indus is a small and cosy culture-driven bar tucked away in a mall basement that explores the spirits of India.
Flows of the Indus was a surprising find. As in, you’ll be amazed if you happen to chance across it. This is a nondescript hole-in-the-wall bar tucked in the basement of Adelphi, a shopping mall with little pedestrian traffic that’s pretty much only known as a haven for audiophiles.
But small as it may be, the tiny independent culture-driven bar offers a transportive getaway that brings you to some part of India. Not that I’ve ever been invited to one, but with its decor I can totally imagine Flows of the Indus taking inspiration from the personal man cave of some Rajasthani prince in his royal fort in the desert wastes.