Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

From "What's Cooking in Portugal" by Saul Krieg. Porto, a vintage fortified wine, is made from grapes grown in the legally defined area 50 miles above Oporto, Portugal. Cobblers were popular drinks in the 19th century, consisting of a base spirit (originally some form of wine), sugar and fresh fruit.


  1. Stir the orange juice and Grand Marnier into an Old Fashioned glass filled with cracked ice. Stir well, and fill to the top with porto.
  2. Decorate with fruits and berries of the season.
  3. Serve with a straw and a spoon.
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I wasn't sure that I would like this, since I've never tried port before, but I thought this was really pretty good. I used ruby porto, and I topped this with fresh raspberries, blackberries and a strawberry. I especially liked eating the icy berries out of this. I think I used too big a glass, so it ended up being a bit much port for me, but I'm kind of an alco-weenie. I liked how sweet the drink was, though. Thanks for posting! Made for The Honeys for ZWT8