Magandeep Singh

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Singh for your supper

Magandeep Singh is India's first French-qualified sommelier.

ART & CULTURE

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A short history of India's drinking culture

[Book extract] From the Vedic period to the time of the Persian invaders, the country has had a heady past.

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LIFE

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When you stop in the middle of a marathon to help someone

It also made me remember why we run.

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LIFE

 |  Singh for your supper  |   3-minute read

How the rich are screwing up the taste of wine

The unfortunate reality is that money talks, and it just doesn't know when to shut up.

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LIFE

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Why we like our Old Monk

It presents a much sweeter palate with notes of banana, vanilla and caramel — Christmas in a glass really.

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LIFE

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One glass of wine equals to one hour of gym equals to hogwash

To think you can drink yourself to a healthier you is like me imagining growing hair back.

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LIFE

 |  Singh for your supper  |   5-minute read

How to be a wine hipster

In case you are not a winemaker but say a writer, then being hipster is easier.

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LIFE

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Freedom is to eat meat, not be treated as a sex offender

Choice is what we have always thrived on, the only way we ever get to experience the thrills of freedom.

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LIFE

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Japanese Single Malt better than Scotch Whisky? No, really

Scotch whisky may not be among the best five whiskies in the world, but it still doesn't mean it is inferior to any.

Magandeep Singh
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LIFE

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Fusion is the new F word in food

It represents more failed (and flavourless) attempts than the successful ones.

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LIFE

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Can Indian food be "molecular-ised" and still be Indian?

 Like it or not, molecular is a form of cooking and if you do not wish to consider it mainstream, you have to allow it the adjective, progressive.

Magandeep Singh
@magandeepsingh