A archetypal, winning recipe for the Sherry Cobbler.
Diamond Reef’s Dan Greenbaum demonstrates why the age-old formula deserves more attention.
This is a close copy of the cobbler previously served at The Beagle.
In "Masters of X," we spotlight bartenders chasing perfection in one drink. Here, Chantal Tseng takes on the Sherry Cobbler.
At San Francisco's 15 Romolo, bartenders are quick to reach for manzanilla sherry, one of the driest wines in the world, as a versatile cocktail mixer.
Not only was this pre-Prohibition era cocktail responsible for launching both ice and the straw into public consciousness, it was also, very likely, the first shaken drink. Here, get to…
A three-ingredient take on the cobbler, made icy.
"The most crushable" Sherry Cobbler, according to a Punch panel of tasters.
Chamomile-honey syrup adds floral sweetness to this Sherry Cobbler variation.
This riff on the Sherry Cobbler gets an effervescent element by swapping the sherry base for bubbles.
Long considered an afterthought among serious drinkers, the blended Scotch category is slowly becoming a hotbed for innovation.