Peanut Butter Whiskey is a unique twist on classic whiskey that makes for a delicious drink! It pairs well with many mixers from chocolate liquor to cranberry juice for some delicious cocktails. If you are a whiskey lover or peanut butter lover this liquor is a must try.
What is peanut butter whiskey?
Peanut butter whiskey smells like peanut butter and has the taste of peanut butter, vanilla and honey but with the heat of whiskey. It has a sweet taste and can be enjoyed on its own or in a cocktail. Check out the peanut butter whiskey recipes below for a great way to use it.
Where can I buy peanut butter whiskey?
Peanut butter whiskey has come up in popularity over recent years making it much easier to find. You should be able to find it in your local liquor store or even the liquor stores attached to grocery stores.
Brands that Make Peanut Butter Whiskey
Skrewball- this brand is the original peanut butter whiskey and one of the most popular
Peanut butter and jelly is always a childhood favorite. This Peanut Butter and Jelly Martini is sure to be nostalgic. Your inner child will love this twist on the flavors of a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. This recipe includes two options for rimming the glass.
Shake up a tropical tiki cocktail (in under 5 minutes) using peanut butter whiskey along with summer flavors like rum, coconut, and pineapple. At the first sip of this boozy drink, you'll experience a sweet coconut flavor with a peanut butter note at the end.
Combine chocolate pudding with peanut butter flavored whiskey for this delicious shot recipe. Serve in disposable shot glass cups topped with whipped topping and reese's pieces. These are perfect for a little dessert during happy hour with friends.
If this is your first time trying a Peanut Butter Martini, you’re in for a real treat. This Skrewball martini is made of peanut butter whiskey, Irish cream, and all the best parts of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Coat the rim of the glass with chocolate and reese's pieces for an impressive presentation. Even non-whiskey drinkers will love this one.
What if a Reese’s peanut butter cup was a cocktail? That’s exactly what this chocolate and peanut butter whiskey cocktail is - sweet peanut butter cups in boozy, liquid form. This one includes actual peanut butter in addition to the peanut butter whiskey for an extra rich flavor you'll come back for again and again.
This campfire hot chocolate is a creamy cocktail made with warm milk, hot chocolate mix and peanut butter whiskey. Top it with toasted marshmallows for a decadent dessert cocktail. This one is easy to make and perfect for the holiday season.
This unique and delicious whiskey cocktail recipe features Skrewball Whiskey and is a peanut butter lover’s Dream. This cocktail includes main ingredients of peanut butter whiskey, cream de coconut and club soda. Add a garnish of a toasted marshmallow with a chocolate rim for a unique cocktail.
This Peanut Butter Manhattan is made with peanut butter whiskey, dry vermouth, and a dash of angostura bitters. It’s a unique variation of a classic cocktail that’s bursting with peanut butter flavor. If you enjoy a manhattan you must try this modern twist- and don't forget the cookie on top!
A Peanut Butter White Russian is a delicious twist on a classic cocktail. Simply swap out the vodka for peanut butter whiskey. If you enjoy white russians you are sure to enjoy this delicious cocktail.
Put a dessert twist on a whiskey favorite with this peanut butter old fashioned. It’s simple to make, and every sip is absolutely decadent. Peanut butter lovers will adore this one. If you enjoy peanut butter whiskey drinks this recipe is a must try.
This Peanut Butter and Jelly Shot is sweet, easy to make, and tastes like a PB&J! It will likely invoke some nostalgia, too, since this shooter's flavor is reminiscent of the ubiquitous childhood treat. This recipe is made with equal parts sweet skrewball whiskey and chambord liquor for the perfect combination.
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