How to make a Sherry Cobbler

Sherry Cobbler Cocktail Recipe

The Cobbler has been around since the early 1800s. It’s such a versatile drink and riffs on the sherry cobbler (such as this one) are easily made by incorporating seasonal muddled fruit or syrups. I highly recommend a Pineapple Cobbler!


  • 45mL Pedro Ximenez Sherry
  • 15mL Bourbon Whiskey
  • 10mL Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 10mL Sugar Syrup (1:1)


  1. Add sliced citrus to your glass
  2. Fill your glass with crushed ice
  3. Add all the ingredients & stir
  4. Garnish with a slice of orange, mint and berries (or seasonal fruit)


This is a riff on a classic Sherry Cobbler. I like to add a touch of whiskey and also lower the sugar due to the sweeter PX sherry used. A classic Cobbler calls for 90mL Amontillado (dry) Sherry, 22.5mL Sugar Syrup & Citrus shaken & strained.

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