See saw: Raising the Bar

His accent takes more than a few minutes to comprehend.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published:July 21, 2012 3:43 am

His accent takes more than a few minutes to comprehend. But what comes out clear early in the conversation with Douglas Ankrah (in the picture) is how Indian bars are either ‘good’ or just ‘very bad’. Recognised internationally for his work in the “the modern bar sector”,the celebrated drinks specialist and beverage consultant,who is based in London,says he is looking at India seriously.

To start with,he’s putting together the first edition of The India Bar Show,a two-day event that aims to provide hoteliers,bartenders and suppliers an opportunity to explore new tastes and techniques. The show is open to connoisseurs,professionals and amateurs. It will premiere in October this year at The Leela Kempinski Hotel in Gurgaon.

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