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Try the world's best pina colada in Bangkok this weekend
Bacardi's global cocktail competition winner comes to town. 

By Choltanutkun Tun-atiruj | Feb 16, 2017

  • Try the world's best pina colada in Bangkok this weekend
    Gn Chan
On Feb 25, Rabbit Hole will host Gn Chan of Angel’s Share bar in New York, who won the Global Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition in 2016. 
 
Raised in a traditional and alcohol-free Chinese family in Taiwan, Chan graduated with a degree in industrial design and opened his own design studio before an unfortunate turn of events left him homeless. That’s when he took up bartending.
 
After moving to New York, he worked his way up the ladder at Angel’s Share, a bar hidden inside a Japanese restaurant that won’t seat groups of more than four. 
 
His Bacardi Legacy-winning concoction was Vencermos, a twist on the pina colada that’s made with Bacardi Carta Blanca, coconut liqueur, pineapple juice, cucumber juice, lime juice and a dash of sesame oil.

9pm. Rabbit Hole, 125 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 081-822-3392, 098-969-1335


See also: Bangkok's increasingly crowded cocktail competition calendar

 
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