Gin and tonic pairing with local food is a thing at CIN CIN

cin cin gin and tonic food pairing


CIN CIN kicks off Gin & Food Pairing – S.E.A edition, a drinks and food pairing series matching gin and tonic with local food.

It may be a simple cocktail, but the gin and tonic is possibly the most popular highball across the world. It’s also at once refreshing and intoxicating, suitable for drinking on its own but also good for washing down food.

But how will it work with local food? That’s what CIN CIN‘s Gin & Food Pairing – S.E.A edition experience aims to help you find out. The gin bar – located in Oasia Downtown – has put together a food and gin pairing masterclass that combines different gin and tonics with some of Singapore’s best-loved dishes.

CIN CIN head bartender Fadly Sujebto will regale participants on the histories of gin and tonic during this hour-long experience. Taste various gins, sourced from across Asia, separately, and later with tonic. This includes Paper Lantern gin, one of the first gins made specially for Singapore.

There’s a snack platter of local delights – Singapore Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Peranakan Otak-Otak – to accompany your tipples. Sujebto will also share fun facts about Singapore, which makes these sessions interesting for both locals and overseas visitors.

CIN CIN’s Gin & Food Pairing – S.E.A edition experience is held from Mondays to Wednesdays at 5pm. You can find more information on upcoming sessions at Peatix (https://peatix.com/group/70953) or Airbnb Experience (https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/437556). Registration is required. It costs S$99 per person.

 

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