If you thought our cuisine was diverse, then you’ll be as surprised with our drinking habits.
Whether we ‘put one small’ or grab a tall, be rest assured that Indian drinking habits are just as curious as our cuisine fixations.
That’s why you’ll find that fellow who drinks two beers everyday, with one plate of peanut masala that has half a lime sprinkled on top, or the other macchi who insists on having her 60 of Rum and Coke, with some pickle for ‘touchings.’
Celebrating the delightfully unique drinking culture of the south, are our quirky TPR Cocktails. It’s everything traditional, but with a twist.
First up, the Chill Pill Maadi. Put it, that one!
This drink is the embodiment of the very purpose of drinking—to chill.
The name may or may not have it’s origin in the once widely used, and now widely abused, phrase “take a chill pill.” Which pretty much is instructing the person in question, during a potentially volatile situation, to take a pill, which might help them calm down.
Of course, reactions might backfire with the person punching you in the face for using that phrase in 2016, but at least now you’ve been warned. So, back to the drink then?
The Chill Pill Maadi is literally the drink to refresh the insides, and help you calm the funk down.
Just picture it (or look at the photo on the side if you can't)—it has fresh Cucumber (very refreshing!), Pineapple juice (very yummy!), Peach syrup (for that little bit of sweetness! Aww!) and Coriander (because South-Indians garnish everything with either coriander or coconut.)
And then, our magical and most important addition, Vodka. (which makes everything better!)
Our Bartender Says
"It’s a great drink to give the visibly agitated people who come to the bar. Literally, we’ve combined some of the most refreshing juices along with some tasty peach and pineapple notes, which create a bit of a tropical vibe. It just helps people get in the mood. The right kind of mood.
Also, it gives us a kick to say “Chill Pill Maadi” and then present a customer with this drink. It’s gotten us more than a few laughs, not going to lie."