Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons
Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons

Bartender, distiller, whisky bottler – women in Asia changing the face of drinks industry

  • Renu Sinpho at Aqua in Bangkok was fascinated by the artistry of cocktails; Eint Thiri Thu had a drink at a bar in Yangon, and was invited to become a partner
  • Whether through chance or driven by personal interest, these four Asian women entered the drinks industry and have forged their own paths

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons
Dimple Yuen is co-founder of Two Moons Distillery in Chai Wan, which is Hong Kong’s first gin distillery. Yuen is just one of a number of women making a name for themselves in Asia’s drinks industry. Photo: Two Moons
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