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 cuisine fixations.

That’s why you’ll find that fellow who drinks two beers everyday with one plate of peanut masala with 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.

 That's a spirit(ual) solution to your stress right there.

That's a spirit(ual) solution to your stress right there.

The Drink

Just like how the Tiger Balm can cure anything, so can our little cocktail. (more or less.)
So if it’s a work related stress-based headache or just a pain-in-the-neck someone, we take the treatment to the soul level. (or liver level at the very least.)

Don’t let the size fool you—the cocktail packs a punch and we take the legacy of the original balm very seriously. Results guaranteed and all that. 

And just like the 100 year old balm-for-all-booboos, this is a legendary classic in the making.

The Breakdown

 What a cutie. 

What a cutie. 

The Jhum Jhum Tiger Balm is a combination of a lot of fun things. Gin, sichuan pepper, pineapple, and pomegranate arils. (because we derive kicks from watching our bartender remove the arils. Heh!)

It's a curious combination of a little sweet, and a little spice, all in order to quickly make you forget your sorrows and become happy-happy.

Plus, there’s that secret ingredient that makes you ‘jhum jhum’.
( What exactly this ‘jhum jhum’ is, is open to interpretation and experimentation.)

Our Bartender Says

"I almost feel like a medical practitioner of sorts while handing this drink out—what with the name and the similar feel-good effects. Just like how the original Tiger Balm gained popularity through sampling on the streets, our little cocktail grew in demand through sampling at the bar. I've seen it cure everything from work-stress to heartbreak (temporarily anyway). Could this cute cocktail be bordering on magical, you ask?! Well, you're just going to have to try it and find out."