Cocktails Fruit

The Refreshing Raspberry Cobbler



Sherry may be the dusty bottle you imagine to be in the back of your grandparent’s drinks cabinet, but this year sherry has made a comeback as the bartender’s choice for cocktails. The perfect accompaniment to tapas, and spicy foods, this Spanish fortified wine has been overlooked for too long. Typically, a dry sherry works well with salty or vinegary foods, while sweeter sherries can be matched well with desserts, but they also make divine cocktails to impress at parties.

This Raspberry Sherry Cobbler is the perfect summer drink. Fruity, refreshing and filled with ice, this is a great beverage to sip while catching some rays. It’s simple to shake together in a few minutes, and showcases the beauty of a good Manzanilla Sherry. Originally popular in 19th century America, this recipe offers a modern take on the classic sherry cobbler.



The Refreshing Raspberry Cobbler



Ingredients Equipment from
Ice Cubes Cocktail Shaker
12 Raspberries (Halved) Ice Crusher (Manual or Electric)
CinnamonRounded Rocks Glass
1 Inch Split Vanilla BeanStrainer
250ml Manzanilla SherryStraws
1/2 Teaspoon SugarPestle & Mortar
Crushed Ice
Sliced Lime
Mint Sprigs

Method

  1. Using your ice crusher, crush enough ice to fill two of your glasses and put this to one side while you build the rest of your cocktail.
  2. In a pestle and mortar, muddle (crush together) together the cinnamon, vanilla bean and sugar.
  3. Fill your cocktail shaker with ice cubes. 
  4. To your cocktail shaker, add the sherry, vanilla bean, sugar, cinnamon and two thirds of the raspberries. 
  5. Put the lid firmly onto your cocktail shaker, and shake vigorously for around 15 seconds.
  6. Fill your glasses with the crushed ice you prepared.
  7. Using a strainer, pour the cocktail into the glasses. 
  8. Garnish with the remaining raspberries, cut a line from the middle of your lime to one edge and place this on the rim of the glass, and add your mint sprig.
  9. Add your straws and you're ready to sip in the sunshine. 

For more tips on how to make the perfect cocktail, check out our recent blog post. 

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