10 Best Ole Smoky Salted Caramel Whiskey Recipes

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Salted caramel is one of the most popular flavors nowadays as it is the perfect mix between sweet and salted. But did you know that you can have salted caramel whiskey drinks right in the comfort of your home? We gathered the best recipes for Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey that you can try right now. 

You can make an Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey to spice up your party or to simply treat yourself after a long day at work. Either way, you will love our recipes! 

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Best 10 recipes of salted caramel whiskey you have to try!

You might want to try all the following recipes before you decide which one is your favorite. Chances are that you will love them all as they can be the joy of the party! 

1. Sour Salted Caramel 

Sour salted caramel is most likely one of the most popular combinations as it combines the best different flavors. To make this drink you will need 2 ounces of salty caramel whiskey, 2 ounces of sour mix, caramel sauce for the rim, and some lemon wheels for garnish. These quantities are enough for one glass of this delicious drink but you can make as many of them as you want. 

Add a few ice cubes into a cocktail shaker and mix everything well for about 10 seconds. Serve with more ice and garnish your glass with a lemon wheel. Enjoy this as your go-to drink when you want to relax or if you want to impress your guests. 

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2. Salted caramel apple martini 


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Another popular drink is the salted caramel apple martini and it is extremely easy to make. To fix this delicious drink you need 2 ounces of Ole Smoky Salty Caramel Whiskey, and 2 ounces of Ole Smoky Apple Pie as well as 5 ounces of lemon juice and 5 ounces of lemon soda or lime soda. 

Mix everything in a shaker along with ice cubes by your taste and garnish your drink with a slice of apple. You can also cut a few apple cubes in the glass and it will look just as inviting. Your friends will be impressed by this drink! 

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3. Ole salty caramel holiday cocktail 

You can enjoy a holiday cocktail even when you are not on a holiday. Cocktails are the signature of fun and good times and you can have them any time you need to relax.

This salty caramel holiday cocktail is made out of 1 ounce of Ole smoky salty caramel whiskey, 2 ounces of Ole Smoky Butter Pecan Moonshine, and as much ice as you prefer. 

Shake all the ingredients and get as creative as you want with the garnish! An excellent idea is to garnish your glass with caramel syrup or crushed graham crackers or even crushed pecan nuts. 

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4. Gone muddin’ cocktail

If you want to impress your guests but also offer yourself a tasty treat, Gone muddin’ is the cocktail you have to try out. You need 1.5 ounces Ole Smoky Mud Whiskey and 1.5 ounces Ole Smoky Salty Caramel Whiskey. Mix both ingredients well in a glass over ice and enjoy! 

This type of drink doesn’t require a garnish. Adding a large ice cube to your glass will make it look inviting enough in its simplicity. One large ice cube is preferred to several ice cubes as it make the drink look better and it cools it also cools it down evenly. 

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5. Salted caramel white Russian 

White Russian is maybe the most versatile cocktail! You will find it in different recipes and the salty caramel version is by far one of the most successful White Russian kinds. It has a sweet taste with a fair amount of alcohol and you will enjoy every sip. 

To put together such a drink you need to mix Ole Smoky Salted Caramel Whiskey with coffee liquor and cream or milk and mix the ingredients well.

As for the quantities, feel free to play with them until you find the right ratio for you! The sweetness of the caramel and the strong taste of coffee and alcohol will be perfectly harmonized by the milk, giving you a delicious drink to enjoy with your company of choice. 

6. Salty caramel whiskey milkshake

Do you like a good milkshake? What about a milkshake with a caramel and whiskey taste? The good news is that you can enjoy just that by making a salty caramel whiskey milkshake!

To make this drink you will need 1/3 cup of Ole salted caramel whiskey, 1/3 cup whole milk, whipped cream, and 1 pint of vanilla ice cream. Blend everything for one minute, except the whipped cream.

Pour the blended mix into a cocktail glass and top it off with as much whipped cream as you like. Because you added ice cream, you will not need ice cubes for this recipe. This drink could be more of a dessert that everyone will enjoy! 

7. Salty caramel Tennessee tea

Nothing is better during a hot summer day than a salty caramel Tennessee tea! And you can fix this drink right in the comfort of your home.

Add 2 ounces of Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey, 2 ounces of sour mix, 5 ounces of triple sec, and 5 ounces of Coca-Cola into a shaker and mix well for up to ten seconds. 

Prepare a cocktail glass with plenty of ice cubes and pour your drink into it. Garnish the glass with a lemon wedge or lime wedge and you are ready to enjoy it! If you don’t have lime or lemon, you can always use a slice of orange as a surprise garnish for your drink. 

8. Ole smoky whiskey Halloween cocktail 

Halloween is one of the main holidays of the year. But this cocktail is suitable any other time as well. However, if you are hosting a Halloween party, you have to try the salty caramel Halloween cocktail. 

Mix 2 ounces of Ole salty caramel whiskey, 2 ounces of sour mix, and 1 ounce of Coca-Cola into a shaker for up to 10 seconds. Pour the mix into a cocktail glass of your choice, filled with ice cubes, and garnish it with a slice of lemon. As simple as it sounds, this cocktail is a winner for any type of party. 

9. Tallulah with salty caramel whiskey 

The traditional Tallulah recipe implies adding peanut orgeat, Jack Daniel’s, and Coca-Cola in a glass and mixing well along with a few ice cubes. But you can replace the classic whiskey with the Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey and have your version of Tallulah! 

You can add equal parts of all ingredients. However, people tend to like caramel whiskey so much that they decide to add an extra ounce of it. So, feel free to adjust the drink to match your preferences best! 

10. Peach salted caramel whiskey iced tea

While peach whiskey iced tea is as famous as many other refreshing cocktails for summer days, replacing plain whiskey with Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey can offer you even more satisfaction. 

To make a serving of this cocktail, you can use 1 ounce of Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey, 3 ounces of water, 1 black tea bag, and 0.5 ounces of peach syrup. Make the black tea with the 3 ounces of boiled water and set it aside to cool down.

Add the salted caramel whiskey, the peach syrup, and the tea in the glass with as much ice as you prefer. Garnish with a wedge of peach and enjoy. The taste of salted caramel will be a surprise in this drink and everyone will love it! 

What proof is Ole Smoky salty caramel whiskey?

The proof of Ole Smoky salty caramel whiskey is 60 but you will be pleasantly surprised by its taste. While the alcohol taste is present in this drink, the caramel flavor and the mild salty aftertaste will charm you from the first sip. 

While you might find yourself enjoying sipping from this salted caramel whiskey, you will prefer to add it to different cocktails too. 

What do you mix with caramel vodka?

Just like caramel whiskey, caramel vodka is just as popular. You can substitute your caramel whiskey with caramel vodka if you wish and even if the taste and alcohol level might not be the same, you will still enjoy your final drink. 

For starters, you can use caramel vodka in all the drinks above instead of Ole caramel whiskey. 

Caramel vodka mixes well with sodas like Sprite or Coca-Cola, and even orange juice or other fruit juices. 

You can use caramel vodka in more complex cocktails such as salted caramel martini, caramel apple martini, or Snickertini. Snickertini is a cocktail version of the popular Snickers chocolate bar. 

To make Snickertini, you will need caramel syrup to decorate the glass, 1 1/2 ounces of caramel vodka, 1/2 ounce of amaretto, 1/2 ounce of chocolate liquor, 1/2 ounce of Irish cream liquor, ice, and a dash of heavy cream. Shake all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker and pour the cocktail into your favorite glass. Use the heavy cream to decorate the drink and enjoy! 

What is good to mix with peanut butter whiskey?

Besides salted caramel whiskey, peanut butter whiskey is also one of the most popular types of whiskey you will find in liquor stores.

You will love the peanut butter whiskey by itself too but if you are looking for a special ingredient to enrich a more complex drink, this type of whiskey could be a great option as well. Here are five peanut butter whiskey mixes that you have to try! 

Peanut butter whiskey and coffee 

You will be glad to find out that peanut butter whiskey goes great with coffee! To mix such a drink you need 5 parts of coffee to 1.4 parts of peanut butter whiskey and cream by taste.

If you are not a fan of cream you can skip it. Also, the best coffee for this mix is black coffee but ultimately you can use the kind you prefer most. 

Also, if you mix 2 parts of peanut butter whiskey with one part of coffee liquor, you obtain a popular drink known as the Black Russian. 

Caramel liquor and peanut butter whiskey 

What could taste better than caramel and peanut butter beverages? You can obtain this delicious combination by adding 1.5 parts of the caramel liquor of your choice to 1/2 parts of the peanut butter whiskey. This drink is commonly served as a shot since it comes in small quantities but you can make it in bigger quantities too. 

Vanilla vodka 

You can also mix peanut butter whiskey and vanilla vodka to obtain a delicious shot. Mix these two drinks in equal quantities such as 1 ounce of peanut butter whiskey and 1 ounce of vanilla vodka and enjoy! 

Cinnamon whiskey 

If you are looking for the best drink for winter days, cinnamon whiskey might be just the combination you need. All you need to put together this cocktail is 1.5 parts of peanut butter whiskey and 1/2 parts of cinnamon whiskey.

The cinnamon flavor and the peanut butter flavor would blend in so nicely that you will find yourself going back to this combination often. 

Irish cream whiskey

Irish cream is a more traditional drink that you can create in just a few seconds and with only 2 ingredients. Mix 1 part peanut butter whiskey and 1 part Irish cream and add a few ice cubes by taste. 

Final thoughts 

Ole smoky salted caramel whiskey will be a great ingredient in a variety of drinks and even some dessert recipes such as toppings and creams.

You can get creative with this type of drink as it brings not only alcohol to your recipes but also a delicious salty caramel taste. Try the recipes above and see which ones you like most! 

Chad Smith

Meet Chad Smith, a seasoned bartender with a passion for mixology. He's the founder of Tin Roof Drink Community, a blog where he shares expert tips, creative recipes, and fosters a vibrant community of cocktail enthusiasts and aspiring bartenders. Join Chad as he takes you on a flavorful journey through the world of drinks. Cheers!

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  1. DeeAnn Appelgate

    Thank you!! It has been very helpful and can’t wait to try them all!! Much Appreciated!! 🙂

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