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Thonglor's Orient Express-themed speakeasy launches new Mumbai-inspired drinks

Next stop: Mumbai. 

By Choltanutkun Tun-atiruj | Oct 27, 2016

  • Thonglor's Orient Express-themed speakeasy launches new Mumbai-inspired drinks
  • Thonglor's Orient Express-themed speakeasy launches new Mumbai-inspired drinks
Track 17, the Orient Express-inspired speakeasy hidden away on the second floor of The Commons, rotates its signature cocktail menu every three months based on a different destination around the world.
Following Barcelona and Tokyo, next stop this Oct-Dec is Mumbai, India, which you can taste through heady, spice-laden concoctions like Sweet Bandra (safflower-infused Tanqueray gin, coconut water, house-made cardamom and rose syrup, raspberry liqueur, milk and creole bitters, B385) and Rajasthan (Ketel One vodka, yogurt, chai tea syrup, lemon juice, egg white, Himalayan pink salt, angostura bitters and Jerry Thomas bitters, B385).
Also new is more single malt selections like Bruichladdich’s Octomore (“the world’s most heavily peated whiskey,” B1,000/glass) and Hibiki 21 (B1,800/glass), named the World’s Best Blended Whiskey at the World Whiskies Awards 2016.
2/F, The Commons, Thonglor Soi 17, 02-101-4525. Open daily 5pm-midnight
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