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A very refreshing drink that everyone enjoys
[Classic] [Girly] [Happy Hour] [Party] [Red] [Refreshing] [Sweet]
|Ingredients [ oz | cl ]||[ My Bar ]|
|2 oz Gin||[ Add ]|
|1 oz Cherry Liqueur||[ Add ]|
|1⁄2 oz Lime Juice||[ Add ]|
|1⁄4 oz Grenadine||[ Add ]|
|3 oz 7UP||[ Add ]|
|1 Maraschino Cherry||[ Add ]|
Volume: 6.8 oz
Alcohol units: 3.1 standard drinks
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 15%
Times viewed: 106262
Average Score: 8.0 (15 votes)
Created at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore in the 1910's.
This recipe is a more modern adaptation. The original recipe is based on pineapple juice instead of Sprite (among other changes).
Another cocktail inspired by the Sidecar classic
The genuine recipe invented in the Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel in Singapore
Created in 1984 by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in London’s Soho as an alternative to the Cosmopolitan.
A simple variation on the classic Singapore Sling, for those who don't have the more exotic extras.
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Superb summer "refresher". Very fruity, with just the right amount of "sour". I can definitely see this being sipped on a summer's afternoon waiting for the B-B-Q. If you don't have lemon & Lime (such as sprite or 7 up) just go with lemonade, and add a lime wheel to the drink.
Comment by stul on 2013-02-24 08:36:45
I always used Cherry Brandy, Grenadine and a dash of angostura bitters. I also use ginger ale instead of 7 up
Comment by RachaelRaines on 2012-10-25 17:50:32
Added by David on 2008-12-07 12:35:42
Last updated on 2009-09-26 11:07:56