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The First alcohol museum opens

India's first historical center committed to liquor has made its way for 'lively' aficionados in Goa. 

The exhibition hall 'About Alcohol' is set up by neighborhood finance manager, Nandan Kudchadkar, in Candolim town of North Goa. It houses many curios connected to feni, including enormous, customary glass tanks in which the nearby cashew-based liquor was put away hundreds of years prior. 

Addressing ANI, Kudchadkar, who is an authority of collectibles, said the thought behind the historical center was to make the world mindful of Goa's rich legacy, particularly the tale of feni, the solid neighborhood drink. 

"At the point when I considered making an idea like this, the main idea that came into my psyche was whether there is a liquor exhibition hall on the planet. There is definitely where you can see the sort of stuff relating to liquor anyplace on the planet. If you go to Scotland, they are exceptionally cheerful with regards to their waters, about their beverages, and so on Additionally, in Russia, individuals feel glad to feature the beverages they have," he said. 

"At the point when we come to India, we unexpectedly project liquor. Following my senses, I chose to set up India's first exhibition hall devoted to liquor here," he said. 


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Armando Duarte, CEO, Alcohol Museum said, "One of our noticeable beverages is Kaju Feni liquor that is put in plain view here. This beverage is matured normally. For Goans, the utilization of liquor was an image of accommodation." 

Dr. Malhotra, a vacationer for Maharashtra who visited this spot, said, "The measure of data protected here is astounding. I'm stupefied and awestruck with the spot. The measure of data, they have kept here for guests to see is astonishing."

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