Singapore sling

The Singapore Sling by name is a drink that is found on cocktail menus across the country, but the recipes being used take on almost every form imaginable as long as they loosely approximate the slightly foamy fruit-punch image the drink conjures up. It is said that even at Raffels Hotel in Singapore, where the drink was created, the original recipe is no longer being served.

How to make it?


Pour grenadine into the bottom of a collins glass, and fill with ice. Add gin, and almost-fill with equal parts of sweet and sour and chilled soda. Top with cherry brandy, and serve unstirred, garnished with a cherry.

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1 ½ ounces gin 45%
½ ounce Cherry Heering 15%
1/4 ounce Cointreau 7%
1/4 ounce Benedictine 7%
4 ounces pineapple juice 100%
½ ounce lime juice 15%
1/3 ounce grenadine 10%
1/3 ounce grenadine 10%

1 dash Angostura Bitters


Cherry and slice of pineapple