An offshoot of the punch family tree, a cobbler is, at its most basic, a mix of a spirit, sugar, crushed ice and fruit, served with a straw. The category is thought to have originated in the early-19th century America with the advent of readily available ice, which some theorize is where the drink gets its name, as the ice resembles cobblestones. Once considered the height of fashion, the drink largely fell out of favor until the recent cocktail revival.