The Story Behind The Sparkling Pisco Cobbler

This delicious libation for the New Year is a variation on the Sherry Cobbler. With an ounce of pisco, the cocktail is inspired by a recent trip to Chile where we enjoyed the strong flavors found in an anejado (aged) pisco. But what’s New Year’s Eve without Champagne? We had to throw in some bubbly. To that, we added a few extra flavors, like orange and aromatic bitters, to trasnform the Sherry Cobbler into an extravagant, luxurious affair. The Champagne brings its festive effervescence to the party, while the triple sec brings its sweetness, and the lemon adds the sour quotient. Finally, a few dashes of aromatic bitters add a final dimension to the flavor profile and bring this cocktail to life.


  • 1 ounce pisco
  • ½ ounce triple sec
  • ½ ounce lemon juice
  • 2 ounces Champagne
  • 1 dash orange bitters
  • 2 dashes aromatic bitters
  • 1.5 cups ice
  • 1 lemon wheel (garnish)
  • ½ orange wheel (garnish)
  • 3 blueberries (garnish)


  1. Crush ½ cup of ice
  2. Put crushed ice into cocktail vessel
  3. In a shaker, add pisco, lemon juice, triple sec, and orange bitters with 1 cup of ice
  4. Shake to chill and combine ingredients
  5. Strain mixture over the top of crushed ice
  6. Top with Champagne
  7. Float aromatic bitters
  8. Garnish and Enjoy!

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Updated: 2018-05-29

Sparkling Pisco Cobbler Recipe