Pear Cobbler Recipe
Staying true to the cobbler recipe, which uses a lot of fresh fruits to achieve a sweet and refreshing taste, it also uses a pear brandy and a homemade cinnamon syrup to elevate this simple recipe to new heights. The Pear Cobbler recipe wonderfully takes advantage of the mild sweetness of pear to create a new drink that is satisfying and refreshing at the same time!
Make the drunken pears. Peel and slice the pears and put them in a jar. Pour brandy on the pears until they are all submerged. Sit it in a cool place for 12 to 24 hours to allow the pears to impart their flavor to the brandy.
Combine the pear brandy, fino sherry, and cinnamon syrup in a cocktail shaker. Fill it with ice, then shake well.
Build your cobbler. To do this, fill a glass with ice, your drunken pears, and some grapes.
Strain the contents of your cocktail shaker into your cobbler.
Aside from being a drink, this pear cobbler cocktail recipe can also act as a snack, as you are encouraged to eat the pears and grapes on your cobbler. To make this easier for yourself and your guests, you can serve your cobbler with a toothpick to help pick out the fruits.