|2⁄3||oz||Curaçao (see Willett's note below))|
|1||twst||Lemon peel (as garnish)|
Stir, strain, goblet, twist.
Unlike the contemporary Pegu Club, this is structured as a cocktail, in the original sense, rather than a sour/daisy (fancily sweetened sour). Basically this means less juice. Willett provides alternative ratios of gin to orange liqueur: 3:1 (credited to McElhone, 1922) and 1:1. This ratio is credited to Craddock, 1930 (the Savoy). Willett calls for less lime juice (though not much less) than older sources.
From other users
- Pink Elephant — Gin, Blackberry liqueur, Maraschino Liqueur, PInk Grapefruit Juice, Lime juice, Simple syrup
- Pegu Club var. 2 — Gin, Triple sec, Bitters, Orange bitters, Lime juice
- The 40th Lady — Gin, Triple sec, Jamaican #1 bitters, Lemon juice, Simple syrup, Egg white
- Fine & Dandy — Gin, Triple sec, Bitters, Lemon juice
- Confused Limey — Gin, Triple sec, Apricot liqueur, Grapefruit bitters, Lime juice
- Blue Pegu — Gin, Blue Curaçao, Bitters, Orange bitters, Lime juice, Lime peel
- Paradise Cocktail — Gin, Apricot liqueur, Orange juice, Lemon juice
- Annie Chambers — Gin, Blood Orange Liqueur, Grenadine, Lime juice
- Bronx Bomber — Gin, Dry vermouth, Sweet vermouth, Orange juice, Lemon juice, Simple syrup, Orange peel
- Pegu Club (Pink) — Gin, Triple sec, Campari, Bitters, Lime juice