“Citrus is available all year round, but there’s better citrus available in the winter,” notes Dan Greenbaum. While he spotlights blood oranges and navel oranges in this winter citrus cobbler, he encourages experimentation with whatever varieties are available at the moment. “Mandarins, Clementines, Cara Cara oranges—I’d play around with that,” he says.
- 1 blood orange wheel, cut in half
- 1 lime wheel
- 1 navel orange half-wheel
- 3/4 ounce falernum
- 3 ounces dry rosé
Garnish: blood orange, orange, lime, mint
- Add the fruit and falernum to a mixing tin and muddle.
- Add the wine and swirl briefly.
- Dump the contents of the tin into a chilled Collins glass.
- Fill the glass 3/4 full with pebble or crushed ice and mix briefly with a spoon or metal straw to integrate.
- Garnish lavishly.