Plum-Blackberry Cobbler

Published On September 4, 2013 | By Ken Leung | Bourbon, Whiskey

Plum Blackberry Cobbler by Ken Leung for The Boys Club

During September, we transition from the fading of summer to the early sighting of fall. Crisp morning air gives hints of what’s to come, but the warmth of the sun lingers to tease us one more time to the beach. Combining the best of both seasons, this Plum-Blackberry Cobbler delivers the perfect cocktail for the metamorphosis.

Plum Blackberry Cobbler by Ken Leung for The Boys Club

Start by cooking summer plums with ginger and cinnamon – a process that intensifies the flavors. The addition of bourbon adds warmth to the cocktail, suggesting the taste of fall. To add contrast to these main stars, muddled blackberries, lime juice, and more fresh ginger give a refreshing kick.

You can easily adjust the balance of summer and fall to your liking by putting emphasis on your favorite ingredient. You can’t really go wrong with this cocktail to help you during the changeover – regardless of what the weather actually brings.

Plum Blackberry Cobbler by Ken Leung for The Boys Club

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Ken Leung
has been delivering killer cocktails with us since the very beginning. Ken is blogger atHungry Rabbit. Follow Ken on twitter @hungryrabbitnyc.

4 Responses to Plum-Blackberry Cobbler

  1. Love all the gingery goodness in this cocktail, Ken. Thanks for sharing! Pinned :)

  2. Matt Christensen says:

    So 5-7 slices of ginger in addition to the ginger-plum syrup? That seems like a zingy drink. I’m ready to make it, but that seems like a lot. Let me know. Thanks, guys.

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