On the west coast of India, Goa lures tourists with promises of long stretches of beaches and abundant beer. Its cuisine is heavily influenced by 456 years of colonial rule – Goa was a Portuguese colony until 1961. These days, hundreds of bars and restaurants across this tiny state serve everything from Belgian to Burmese fare, all accompanied by a standard drinks menu featuring classic cocktails and locally brewed alcohol like the potent cashew feni. There’s one place, though, that’s offering something different – cocktails with a local twist. Read more.