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Singapore Sling Punch

The Singapore sling was said to have been created at Singapore’s Raffles Hotel at the turn of the 20th century by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. It's fruity and herbaceous, and totally party-ready in punch form. But beware: it's a strong drink that will sneak up on you.


8 servings

Total Time

15 minutes

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Combine gin, Benedictine, Grand Marnier, lime juice, cherry liqueur, and bitters in a pitcher with ice.

Stir in club soda right before serving. Divide punch among 8 glasses; serve with cherries and lime wedges.

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