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Back in the late 1800s the Sherry Cobbler was America’s most enthusiastically consumed cocktail, but it took a hard fall from its pedestal during Prohibition. Complex and refreshing with a temperate alcohol content, the Cobbler is easy to mix and even easier going down.
Muddle orange with other ingredients to release citrus oils. Shake well and pour the whole thing (with ice) into a rocks glass. This is lovely over crushed ice – if you’re willing to put the work in. Throw some seasonal fruit on top (berries, pineapple, more citrus), stick in some straws and have a good time.