Audrey Saunders

French Pearl
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The turn of the 21st century brought a renewed interest in craft cocktails at bars across the United States. Audrey Saunders’ Pegu Club in New York City was one of the bars that helped bring the cocktail craze to the masses. Here, she shares her recipe for an elegant, anise-flavored cocktail.In 2018, Food & Wine named this recipe one of our 40 best.
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Pegu
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Pegu Club • New York CityMixologist and co-owner Audrey Saunders recommends high-proof (94.6 instead of 80) Tanqueray gin in this cocktail buff's favorite. Plus:  More Cocktail Recipes 
Smoked Trout Deviled Eggs
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Pegu Club, New York CityMixologist Audrey Saunders named her sultry cocktail lounge for a 19th-century British officers' club in Burma known for impeccable drinks. More Cocktail Party Recipes
Little Italy
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Pegu Club * New York City Mixologist Audrey Saunders uses the Italian artichoke liqueur Cynar to accent the vermouth in this tribute to the famous Manhattan neighborhood Little Italy.Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide
Cucumber Mint Creole
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Pegu Club * ManhattanPegu Club co-owner Audrey Saunders used the classic Creole Cocktail—gin, lemon juice and sherry—as the basis for this drink. More Gin Cocktails
Applejack Cocktail
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Pegu Club * New York City "Here's the thing about applejack," says Pegu Club owner Audrey Saunders: "It needs some richness with it." Which, in this case, means a Simple Syrup made from raw Demerara sugar. "It's heavier and more flavorful," she says, than syrup made with white sugar. Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide