1 1⁄2 oz Gin
1⁄4 oz Bénédictine
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
1 Maraschino cherry (as garnish)
1 sli Pineapple (as garnish)
Instructions

Shake hard or blend for a foamy texture, strain into a collins glass. Garnish

Notes

Use fresh pineapple juice if at all possible

History

Many variations. Some recipes have grenadine and/or club soda. Others use lemon instead of lime.

Cocktail summary
Singapore Sling, Raffles Hotel, Singapore
2008, Creative Commons, Paul Fenton, Wikipedia
Posted by Dan on 6/06/2010
Created by
Ngiam Tong Boon, Raffles Hotel, Singapore
Year
1915
Is of
unknown authenticity
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  • The balance is actually right with 1.5 oz. of pineapple juice. And I used 6 muddled fresh cherries instead of the liqueur. This is the best proportion of ingredients for this drink that I've used so far. — ★★★★
  • best ratio yet. — ★★★★
  • Up to 3 oz oj for a weaker drink, but it muddies the color. — ★★★★★
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Comments

Made this tonight, subbing Maurin Quina for the Cherry Heering. This is quite pleasant, and Tiki-ish. Pineapple's always good for texture, and there's something interesting going on between the pineapple and the Benedictine (which makes three winners in my book - pineapple + Cynar, or Benedictine or green Chartreuse). It's a bit sweetish, and quite easy to drink.


I enjoy the PDT recipe.  Nearly the same, but lime juice down to 0.25 oz and add 0.5 oz grenadine.