Pegu Club
The Pegu Club Cocktail is a classic cocktail that was somewhat forgotten over the years but is regaining its popularity. It was first mentioned in the 1930 Savoy Cocktail Book, in which Harry Craddock credits the drink to the Pegu Club in Burma. The drink traveled throughout the world and was a hit until World War II.

It is a great gin cocktail that deserves some attention and is best shaken so much that your hands get cold from frost. The orange liqueur is a matter of choice and can be Cointreau, curacao, or triple sec. You may also equate this recipe to gin's answer to the Daiquiri or Margarita. (Spirits/Cocktails)