We took an old fashioned Sherry Cobbler and updated it with Anejo Tequila. This is a deliciously citrusy cocktail that still lets the caramel and vanilla flavors of the Anejo shine. It is definitely a liquor forward drink, but if you love Anejo then you will LOVE this Tequila Cobbler!
This drink is very similar to this Anejo Tequila Sour, but the sour uses egg whites instead of simple syrup and is served “up” in a coupe glass.
What is a Cobbler
A Cobbler is an American born drink, that was originated some time in the early to mid 1800’s. So the actual story of it’s fruition is not totally clear.
It was first mentioned in Dickens novel around 1844.
A traditional Cobbler is made with Sherry, citrus, and sugar. Served over crushed ice and sipped through a straw (which was a novel concept for the time!).
For this updated Tequila Cobbler Cocktail you only need 4 things: Anejo Tequila, orange, lemon and simple syrup.
Anejo or Extra Anejo are aged tequilas, giving it the most brilliant caramel and vanilla flavors! We really enjoy sipping on Anejo on the Rocks.
But if you can find the right balance Anejo is great in cocktails too. Here are some other recipes to check out:
Additional Anejo Recipes
Anejo Tequila Cobbler
- 2.5 oz Anejo Tequila
- 1 oz fresh orange juice
- ¾ oz fresh lemon juice
- ½ oz simple syrup (recipe in notes)
- Add all the ingredients to a shaker with a few cubes of ice. Shake vigorously for 20-30 seconds.
- Strain into a tall Collins glass filled with crushed ice.
- Garnish with a lemon wheel and/or orange wheel.
If nutrition facts are provided they are calculated as an estimate to the best of our knowledge.