Learn the best peanut butter whiskey drinks to make at home. There are many delicious liqueurs, mixers, and liquors that mix well with peanut butter whiskey.
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Peanut butter whiskey has become a trendy new spin on one of our favorite spirits, whiskey. Once I tasted peanut butter whiskey for the first time, I knew this liquor could make countless delicious cocktail and shot recipes.
While I've created a handful of peanut butter whiskey shot and drink recipes, I wanted to provide a complete guide for people to learn all of the fun and creative ways to use peanut butter whiskey.
This post will cover lots of ideas about what to mix with peanut butter whiskey. If you have any brilliant combinations that you've tried at home, throw a comment below, so I can try it out too!
While there are many brands of peanut butter whiskey on the market such as Sqrrl, Skatterbrain, and Hard Truth, my all-time favorite is Skrewball. However, any type of peanut butter whiskey you want to drink will work with these recipe ideas.
What You'll Learn In This Article
You'll learn what to mix with peanut butter whiskey, including:
- Easy 1 ingredient mixers to shake up with peanut butter whiskey.
- A delicious peanut butter twist on classic cocktail recipes.
- The best peanut butter whiskey shots to shake up for parties.
Don't forget to check out my other favorite whiskey inspired cocktail recipes.
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For 1 Ingredient Mixers
If you're looking for an easy, 1 ingredient mixer to pair with peanut butter whiskey, try out these combinations.
Coffee: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part hot coffee, splash of cream (optional)
Hot Chocolate: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part hot chocolate
Apple Cider: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part hot apple cider
Berry Flavored Seltzer: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part alcoholic seltzer
Milk: 1.75 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part milk of choice (don't forget you can also use chocolate milk)
Coca-Cola: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part Coca-Cola soda
Cream Soda: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part cream soda
Grape Soda: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 5 part grape soda
Did you know you can make delicious peanut butter whiskey drinks with some tried and true classic cocktail recipes? Here are some of my fun, favorite twists.
Black Russian: 2 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part coffee liqueur
White Russian: 2 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part coffee liqueur, splash of heavy cream
Chocolate Martini: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1.5 part chocolate liqueur, 1.5 part creme de cocoa, 2.5 part heavy cream
Espresso Martini: 2 part peanut butter whiskey, ½ part coffee liqueur, 1 part espresso, ½ part simple syrup (optional)
Manhattan: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, 1.5 part rye, ¼ part Amaro
Mudslide: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part coffee liqueur, 1.5 part Irish cream liqueur
Plus, don't forget to check out some of my favorite peanut butter whiskey cocktail creations:
I love Skrewball whiskey for simple shot recipes because it already has so much flavor.
If you're looking for shots made with peanut butter whiskey, check out some of my favorite combinations. Most of these shot recipes only require 2 ingredients.
To make these recipes, combine all of the ingredients along with ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake for about 15 seconds, until everything is well chilled, then strain into your shot glasses.
For a silky smooth shot, be sure to double strain to avoid ice chips.
Caramel Liqueur: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, ½ part caramel liqueur. Try caramel liqueur in a PayDay shot.
Vanilla Vodka: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part vanilla vodka
Coffee Liqueur: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part coffee liqueur
Raspberry Liqueur: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part raspberry liqueur
Chocolate Liqueur/Creme de Cocoa: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part chocolate liqueur/creme de cocoa
Banana Liqueur: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, ½ part banana liqueur
Irish Cream: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part Irish cream
RumChata: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part RumChata
Cinnamon Whiskey: 1.5 part peanut butter whiskey, ½ part cinnamon whiskey
Reese's Cup: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part coffee liqueur, 1 part milk
Peanut Butter & Jelly: 1 part peanut butter whiskey, 1 part Chambord
For Boozy Desserts
Believe it or not, peanut butter whiskey is also a great addition to desserts! Here are some of my favorite recipes that taste even better with a little booze.
Ice Cream: If you love peanut butter, you're going to love this creamy, boozy ice cream recipe.
Milkshake: There's not a much better combination than chocolate and peanut butter. These ingredients, plus ice cream, make the base for a boozy milkshake, perfect during the hot summer months.
Brownies: These are the ultimate brownies filled with peanut butter whiskey, topped with peanut butter frosting and chocolate ganache.
Cupcakes: Looking for a fun birthday treat? These peanut butter cupcakes are frosted with boozy buttercream.
Fudge: Combine some peanut butter whiskey into your fudge for a fun holiday treat.
Peanut Butter Balls: If you're a fan of Buckeyes, peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate, you're going to love this alcoholic twist.
I prefer to store peanut butter whiskey in the freezer. Super cold peanut butter whiskey makes delicious shots all on its own. However, I also prefer cocktails and mixed shots with super cold whiskey.
The exception to this rule is when you're adding peanut butter whiskey to a hot drink (like coffee or apple cider) or baking with it. I like to keep one bottle at room temperature and leave another in the freezer.
Here are some of my favorite sodas to mix with peanut butter whiskey:
- Cream soda
- Grape soda
- Dr. Pepper
- Coca Cola
- Ginger ale
There are many different liqueurs, mixers, and spirits that mix well with peanut butter whiskey. Here are some of my favorites:
- Hot chocolate
- Berry flavored seltzer
- Cream soda
- Vanilla vodka
- Godiva chocolate liqueur
Be sure to check out the full article for even more mixer ideas.
There are many peanut butter whiskey brands on the market. The best one depends on your personal taste and what you like. Skrewball is my favorite peanut butter whiskey. However, there are many popular brands including Sqrrl, Skatterbrain, Revel Stoke, Ole Smokey, Hard Truth, and Bird Dog, to name a few.
You could also try Ballotin peanut butter chocolate whiskey with these recipes.
More Cocktail Ideas
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