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5 Best local cocktails for bars in Singapore

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#1 Singapore Sling

Singapore Sling

Singapore Sling is one of the most popular local cocktails. The drink is now famous all over the world but you should not miss out on a chance to order the authentic version of the drink when you visit one of the chill out bars in Singapore. The key ingredient of the drink is gin and it is sweetened with some amazing fruit flavors. Cherry juice and pineapple are used to give a succulent flavor to the drink.

#2 Tropic Thunder

Tropic Thunder

Tropic Thunder is a truly refreshing drink which will be of great help when you fight the warm summer days in Singapore. This cocktail drink is a stunning combination of gin, tonic water, and lemon juice. The lemon juice is freshly added to the gin and shaken well along with ice cubes. A small portion of pineapple juice is also added to the combination to give a stunning flavor.

#3 Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

This is another local cocktail variant that can be ordered at the elegant bars in the country if you want to try out something special. The choice of ingredients makes this drink unique. Banana liquor is the key ingredient of the drink and it is shaken with cinnamon tea, lemon juice, and a very small portion of apple juice. It is prepared using bamboo shafts which gives it an inimitable flavor.

#4 Pi Pa Kao

Pi Pa Kao

This is a coffee bases cocktail delicacy that can be ordered at all sorts of watering holes in the country. You can order it at the whisky bars as well as the wine bars in Singapore. The drink is extremely tasty and refreshing but more importantly it will help you get amazing relief to sore throat.

#5 Bak Kwa

Bak Kwa

The extracts of barbeque pork is used to give a vibrant flavor to bourbon to prepare this cocktail drink. You will enjoy each and every drop of this drink because of its amazing flavor. It is sour and equally sweet. You will enjoy this drink at the whisky bars in Singapore if you order it along with chicken delicacies. It also goes well with cheese cake and chocolate.

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