Sherry cobbler

a beverage prepared with sherry wine, water, lemon or orange, sugar, ice, etc., and usually imbided through a straw or a glass tube.

See also: Sherry

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Head to Spain for a fruity Sherry Cobbler, which makes a cameo in a Charles Dickens novel, or read about Bolivia's national spirit, the floral singani, while sipping a llajua cocktail.
Back in the 19th century this drink, especially the Sherry Cobbler, was all the rage.