I love to make classic cocktails. Speaking of variety not quantity, my liquor stock can rival most bars and restaurants. One thing missing however, was Cherry Heering, no longer... On to the Singapore Sling! So, after researching and trying to figure out which recipe to start with, I'm left feeling like- nobody knows for sure what the h#ll this cocktail's original recipe was! Benedictine, pineapple juice, grenadine, club soda and garnishes seem to show up in some recipes and not in others. Then I see that either Cherry Heering or Kirschwasser account for the cherry brandy ingredient. I've even seen a few that call for sour mixers. That I'm sure not to use. The only constants are these three; Cointreau, gin and lime juice. A lot of recipes refer to the bartender at Rafflles who created it and his original recipe, but even among these, ingredient vary. Well, I'd like to ask: Have you had a Singapore Sling and enjoy it? Have you any idea of the ingredients (proportions would be nice)? Do you make your own?