very old recipe "CHAMPAGNE COBBLER"

Very Old Recipe Champagne Cobbler

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@karlyn255

Cocktails have been traced back to before the Revolution. And since many of those Rhode Island Colonists that burnt the Gaspee in 1772 were involved in rum and gin distilling and smuggling, we can assume they were also very familiar with some of the following drinks. The usual drinks were punches, cobblers, toddies, slings, bounces, juleps, snagarees, and flip The common ingredients were gin, brandy, Medford (dark) rum, port wine (sack), bourbon, rye, and bitters. Cobblers are of American origin and are great favorites in all warm climates.

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How to Make very old recipe "CHAMPAGNE COBBLER"

Step-by-Step

  1. To the ice add the sugar and orange peel,
    Fill with dry champagne
    Decorate with fruit.
    Serve with straw.

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About very old recipe "CHAMPAGNE COBBLER"

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Other Tag: Quick & Easy



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