The Singapore Sling, widely regarded as the national drink, was first created in 1915 by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. Primarily a gin-based cocktail, the Singapore Sling also contains pineapple juice, lime juice, curaçao and Bénédictine.
Once taxes have been added, a Singapore Sling at Raffles Hotel costs almost 30 SGD, but it is money well spent, and experiencing such nostalgia is great fun. This is on everyone’s list when they visit and it is worth experiencing at least once.
Raffles Singapore is currently closed for restoration with a planned reopening in the middle of 2019. Long Bar returns to its original location, newly restored and serving the Singapore Sling experience once again. The Raffles Gift Shop located at 3 Seah Street remains open throughout our restoration.
Key Updates. Raffles Singapore is now fully closed with a reopening planned for the middle of 2019. Long Bar returns to its original location, newly restored and serving the Singapore Sling …
None dispute that the Singapore Sling was originally created by Mr. Ngiam Tong Boon for the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. However that is where the agreements end. The exact date is in question, with some people claiming it was in 1915, some 1913, while the hotel itself claims that …
Is the Raffles Hotel Singapore Sling worth the price tag? The Singapore Sling is, as its name suggests, a Singaporean creation. Invented in the 1900s by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon, the original cocktail has inspired numerous reproductions and reinterpretations.
A delicious recipe for Singapore Sling (Raffles Hotel), with gin, Heering® cherry liqueur, pineapple juice, lime juice, Cointreau® orange liqueur, benedictine herbal liqueur, grenadine syrup and Angostura® bitters. Also lists similar drink recipes.
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The Singapore sling is a classic gin-based cocktail that every cocktail connoisseur needs to taste. The story goes that it was developed by Ngiam Tong Boon at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore sometime around 1915. It is a smooth, slow, and semi-sweet cocktail with a complex flavor that has remained a favorite for over 100 years.
The Singapore Sling is a gin-based cocktail from Singapore. This long drink was developed sometime before 1915  by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender working at …
Served: Straight up; without ice
Raffles Gift Shop and the 24-hour in-suite dining are unaffected. During this period, guests can check in at the East India Rooms. All dining experiences, including the Singapore Sling will be served at the Bar & Billiards Room, while selected suites and Raffles amenities continue to be available to all guests.