Its origins are not known in detail but The Sherry Cobbler emerged during the 1830s and became one of the most popular mixed drinks in the 19th century in the United States.
The original recipe is orange and lemon blended with simple syrup, shaken with ice and sherry in a cocktail shaker, and strained into a glass filled with crushed ice. We can also add pineapple slices or juices.
The earliest known mention is from an 1838 diary of a Canadian traveler to the United States, Katherine Jane Ellice, but it becomes really famous when Charles Dickens included the drink in The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Discover our recipe below, with our little extra touch, the blackberry
1orange wheel + 1⁄2 wheel for serving 1lemon wheel +1⁄2 wheel for serving
A dash of blueberry syrup
3⁄4 ounce simple syrup
3 ounces dry amontillado Sherry
Mint sprigs, blackberries and dried orange slices (for serving)
Muddle 1 orange wheel, 1 lemon wheel, simple and blackberry syrup in a shaker. Add Sherry and ice cubes. Cover. Shake vigorously until outside is frosty, about 30 seconds.
Strain into a glass filled with crushed ice. Add more crushed ice, packing into glass and mounding above rim. Garnish with mint, blackberries and dried oranges slices