Back when sherry was king, the cobbler was a classic cocktail and everyone was drinking it. I like to do variations using local ingredients like blueberry and thyme. Thyme is one of my favorite herbs. It’s easy to grow, it’s very fresh, and it almost has a citric element. It has a great nose, and it pairs really well with fresh blueberries. The sherry element adds a big backbone to the drink, and I like to add a good vegetal vodka, like the locally made Copper Horse.

By / Photography By Forrest Clonts | July 01, 2017


Muddle blueberries and thyme in a shaker tin. Add all other ingredients and shake over ice. Double strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with thyme sprig and blueberry spear.


  • 6 blueberries
  • Sprig of thyme
  • 1½ ounces Copper Horse vodka
  • 1 ounce Manzanilla sherry
  • ¾ ounce local honey
  • ½ ounce pressed lemon juice
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