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    Raise a glass to seven highly indulgent classic cocktails at the InterContinental ChennaiAi??Ai??Ai??

    Mark Twain once famously said, ai???too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enoughai???. And those who like a pour of Scotch, or any other form of alcohol at the end of the day, are likely to agree. Pampering the discerning alcohol connoisseurai??i??s quest for classic beverages is the InterContinental Chennai on ECR, which is now serving seven classic cocktails, all of them iconic in their own way. Available across all their hotels and resorts, the Worldly Classics menu includes true-to-the-original servings of the martini, caipirinha, margarita, old fashioned, daiquiri, Negroni and the non-alcoholic Eastern Breeze. Sit back and enjoy, as we just raised the bar.

    daiquiriDown a daiquiri
    Cocktail: Daiquiri
    A sweet-and-sour delight, the Daiquiri was supposedly invented by an American engineer, who was in Cuba during the Spanish-American war. Daiquiri is also the name of a beach and an iron mine near Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in Cuba.
    Whatai??i??s in it: White Bacardi rum, fresh lime juice, simple syrupAccompanying canapAi??:
    Smashed avocado and corn chips

    majestys-serviceAt your majestyai??i??s service
    Cocktail: Dry Martini
    They say, Bond prefers his martini shaken and not stirred, though ideally, it must be stirred, to retain its clarity. Whatai??i??s in it: London gin, dry vermouth, olivesAi?? Accompanying canapAi??: Grilled sheesh tawouk with garlic sauce

    Caught up in a Caipirinha
    Cocktail: Caipirinha
    CachaAi??a is Brazilian distilled liquor made from raw sugarcane. It is flavoured with muddled limes.Whatai??i??s in it: Brazilian cachaAi??a, sugar, limeAccompanying canapAi??: Falafel with tahini and mint chutney

    Negroni, please!
    Cocktail: Negroni
    It is believed that Count Camillo Negroni concocted this cocktail by asking his bartender to strengthen his favourite drink, the Americano, by adding gin rather than the normal soda water.Ai?? Whatai??i??s in it: Campari, gin, sweet red vermouthAi?? Accompanying canapAi??: Marinated feta cheese

    ol-sportEnjoy this one, ol’Ai??sport
    Cocktail: Old Fashioned
    Known to have its origins in theAi?? 19th century, the old-fashionedAi?? formed the basis from which most other cocktails were born.
    Whatai??i??s in it: 60ml bourbon (use rye whiskey for a spicier taste), bitters and sugarAi?? Accompanying canapAi??: Arabic lamb koftaAi?? with cucumber yoghurt and mint chutney

    ai??i??Nandita Ravi


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