Singapore Sling Cocktail Recipe

Singapore Sling Cocktail Recipe

Immerse yourself in our local flavours of the Far East with our Singapore Sling Cocktail. This delightful drink combines a medley of tropical fruits, spirits, and a touch of soda fizz, creating a taste of Singapore's vibrant culture in every sip.

The Singapore Sling Cocktail is more than just a drink; it's an exciting journey into the heart of Asia. With each sip, you'll be transported to the vibrant streets of Singapore, where exotic flavours and culture thrive. This cocktail is a harmonious blend of spirits, tropical fruits, and soda fizz, creating a burst of delightful flavours. The pineapple's sweetness, the lime's zing, and the hint of cherry brandy comes together in a symphony of tropical goodness.

But it's not just about the taste; it's also about the visual spectacle. With its brilliant colours and enticing garnishes, the Singapore Sling is a treat for the eyes and palate. It encapsulates the essence of Singapore's culture and culinary heritage. So, raise your glass to this exotic creation and embark on a flavorful adventure. It's a drink best enjoyed with friends and family. Cheers to the Far East!

Singapore Sling Cocktail Ingredients

Gin 50ml

Cherry brandy 15ml

Cointreau 7.5ml

Dom Benedictine 7.5ml

Pineapple juice 120ml

Lime juice 15ml

Grenadine syrup 10ml

Angostura bitters A dash

SodaStream Sparkling Water For top

Ice cubes

Garnish Maraschino cherry

Garnish Pineapple slice

How to make a Singapore Sling Cocktail :

  1. Begin by chilling a tall Collins or sling glass in the freezer for a frosty touch.
  2. Combine 45 ml gin, 15 ml cherry brandy, 7.5 ml Cointreau, 7.5 ml Dom Benedictine, 120 ml pineapple juice, 15 ml lime juice, and 10 ml grenadine syrup in a shaker with ice.
  3. Shake for 15 seconds to blend the flavours. Feel the excitement build as the flavours mix.
  4. Top off your Singapore Sling with a dash of Angostura bitters and gently pour SodaStream Sparkling Water for a delightful fizz.
  5. Elevate the visual appeal with a maraschino cherry and a pineapple slice on the glass rim. Cheers to the Far East!

Additional Notes:

  • Singapore Sling History
    The Singapore Sling has an intriguing history, often tied to the Long Bar at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. It was created in the early 20th century by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. Learning about its origins can enhance your enjoyment as you savour this classic drink.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

Why is it called Singapore Sling?
The Singapore Sling is named after Singapore, where it was invented at the Raffles Hotel's Long Bar in the early 20th century.
Is there a non-alcoholic version of Singapore Sling?
Yes, you can create a non-alcoholic version of the Singapore Sling by excluding the alcoholic components and using fruit juices and syrups for a similar flavour.
What other cocktails are similar to the Singapore Sling?
The Singapore Sling belongs to a group of cocktails called "sling" cocktails, with well-known members like the "Sloe Gin Sling" and the "Americano," which typically combine spirits, fruit juices, and sweeteners in their recipes.

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