Slings were used to be generic drinks speared with an alcoholic spirit and moderated by sweeteners and other ingredients and become beverages with water, lime juice and alcohol. Somewhere between 1910 and 1915, Ngiam Tong Boon, a barman at Raffles Hotel, discovered a type of sling for the colonial ladies, the Singaporean Sling. His recipe book was kept safe and was locked in the hotel’s museum.
In spite of all that this lovely drink is a favourite all over the world and many people seem to enjoy having it no matter where they are.
Anyone who attempts to collect Singaporean spirits and has to make an authentic Singaporean Sling must go a step ahead and do the honor of drinking this classic cocktail in a cool garden setting while dreaming of the summery Singapore. It is just not the same any other way and the feeling will sure be different also. So here is one Singapore Sling recipe to satisfy your taste buds and you won’t need any unusual additive such as whey protein or a banana.
Singaporean Sling Recipe
It is the authenticity of this cocktail drink that makes it popular across the globe. Here’s a recipe that has been the source of the glory of the Singaporean Sling.
· 1 oz gin
· 7/2 grenadine syrup
· Sour and sweet mix
· ½ oz cherry brandy
· Club soda
Pour grenadine into a Collin glass bottom and fill with ice. Add sweet and sour mix, gin and chilled soda. Top this mixture with cherry brandy. Do not stir. Garnish with a cherry and serve.
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