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Why the tonic water you use in a gin and tonic matters

13 gins, four East Imperial tonic waters, 26 bars with signature gin and tonics vying for the title of Kuala Lumpur’s Best Gin And Tonic. This year, the focus is very much on how East Imperial’s tonic waters pair with the 13 different gins.

Food News

Who will win KL's Best Gin & Tonic at Gin Jubilee KL 2019?

26 bars from across KL and Petaling Jaya will be competing for the title in the upcoming edition of Malaysia’s premiere gin and tonic celebration, the East Imperial Gin Jubilee, which will take place on October 8-12, 2019.


KL's 5 best gin & tonics from Gin Jubilee 2018

Last week’s East Imperial Gin Jubilee 2018 was a true celebration of the spirit.

Food News

Bartender's first love inspired KL's best gin and tonic 2018 at the East Imperial Gin Jubilee

The winner of Kuala Lumpur’s best Gin And Tonic at this year’s East Imperial Gin Jubilee was inspired by bartender Sam Yap’s first love.


Who will win KL's best Gin & Tonic at East Imperial Gin Jubilee this year?

KL will be the first city in the region to kick off the East Imperial Gin Jubilee in Asia this year, with a slew of gin-related events scheduled to be held across the city from August 22 to 26.


Drinks in 2017: Cancelled beer fests and the rise of rum

From cancelled beer festivals to jubilant gin celebrations, the past year was an eventful one for the drinks and bar industry.

Food News

The story of Napue Gin began with 5 guys in a sauna

Kyro Distillery Company makes Napue Gin, which is made with 100% rye.

Food News

Gin Jubilee, Asia's largest gin celebration, kicks off in KL

Asia's largest gin celebration, Gin Jubilee, kicks off this week in Kuala Lumpur, with 21 bars competing for the title of KL's best Gin And Tonic.

Food News

Gin lovers rejoice: Asia’s biggest gin festival is here!

The annual East Imperial Gin Jubilee kicks off in KL on Thursday.

Tipsy Turvy

Gin and bear it

This week, our tipsy columnist has juniper berries and cucumbers on his mind, as he samples a most unusual gin.