15 Best Peanut Butter Whiskey Brands (2024)

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Peanut butter whiskey is a peculiar but delicious blend of a childhood snack with an adult drink – which is perhaps why it is a popular variant of alcohol these days.

Several companies have decided to profit off this combination, but not every manufacturer gives the satisfying, sweet blend of the two main ingredients.

Read on to find out more about these brands in detail!

15 Best Peanut Butter Whiskey Drinks

Peanut butter whiskey can be a hit or miss when it comes to flavor – especially for those who are not regular drinkers. Hence, you must get the best experience when it comes to this sweet and hard liquor.

The following is a carefully combined list of the best peanut butter whiskey drinks available in the market.

1. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey


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Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey is the product that started it all. This Californian brand, California Spirit, was the world’s first-ever company to invent this drink by simply mixing whiskey and peanut butter. The idea was a success and now you have many whiskey brands to choose your peanut butter whiskey from.

Yet still, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey is a favorite for many people due to its lovely aroma that smells like peanuts and honey, the smooth texture of whiskey with hints of vanilla, and a light taste of simmered nuts.

All the ingredients used to make this whiskey are organic and there is hardly any artificial flavoring. Overall, the taste of the beverage is sweet. Hence, it is a safe choice for those who are trying peanut butter whiskey, or alcohol for the first time.

This old-timer drink can also be whipped with ice cream, fruits, and chocolate to create unique cocktails.

2. Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey


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Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey is a product of the company Sazerac, a beverage company located in the homely Southern side of America. Though the factory of the manufacturers of this popular whiskey brand is located in New Orleans, their branches are spread widely across the whole world.

Perhaps why Sheep Dog Peanut Whiskey is so well-loved by its consumers, apart from its great flavor, is the fact that its high-end quality is also quite affordable. Although no real peanuts are used in the production of this drink, the flavoring added is natural.

The aroma might taste like straight bourbon, but the taste is just like rich whiskey with hints of honey and roasted nuts. You might also get hints of caramel, butterscotch, and vanilla with the general taste of peanut butter.

The whiskey works well in any cocktail, with fruits and chocolate, and can also be added in punches. It is great for anyone who does not like the strong taste of whiskey, or for beginner drinkers.

3. Hard Truth Peanut Butter Whiskey


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Hard Truth Peanut Butter Whiskey made by the Hard Truth Distilling Company, is a bourbon-based beverage that looks like liquid gold and tastes just as magnificent. It balances out sweet and salty perfectly with its blend of old-aged whiskey and roasted peanuts – a strong taste just like its name.

It is also one of the popular peanut butter whiskey in the market due to its taste, which reviews have described as ‘exactly like peanut butter’. The beverage has a rich spirit that is sweet overall but has a unique, rusty flavor that goes well with fruits, berries, and other savory items like dark chocolate and bacon.

You can tell the beverage apart by its caramel color which is slightly darker than other normal peanut butter whiskey brands. The whiskey is also priced quite affordably at $32 per 750 ml, so you cannot go wrong with such a classic drink.

4. Skatterbrain Peanut Butter Whiskey

A product of the Universal Brands company in Minnesota, Skatterbrain Peanut Butter Whiskey is a fine brand of alcohol that is quite inexpensive, so a great choice for starting testing beverages. The drink is a blend of natural flavors, caramel, vanilla, and butterscotch along with its main ingredient, peanut butter.

The whiskey is sweet and smooth to taste, and the rest of the sweet flavors are subtle. There is not a lot of nuttiness in the drink, as the flavors used are all artificial, but the drink is delectable and has even been compared to Skrewball – the original makers of peanut butter whiskey.

Skatterbrain also uses caramel to give the liquor the golden color it has and is finished with a thin, top layer of peanut butter. This works well with just any sort of recipe – all for the affordable price of $19 for a 750 ml bottle.

5. Ole Smoky Peanut Butter Whiskey

Ole Smoky Peanut Butter Whiskey is an aged beverage that comes from the soulful state of Tennessee. Just like its name, the special trait that makes it the most popular brand of peanut butter whiskey is the fact that it uses 2-year-old corn whiskey as the base for its blend.

Along with the time taken to prepare this whiskey carefully, it is also mixed with honey, vanilla, licorice, and oak. Though no real nuts are used in the process, the brand uses natural nut oil to get its peanut butter flavor. It has a smooth, velvet taste at first, but the spiciness of the age-old whiskey hits you later though no burn is felt.

The liquor can be enjoyed neat, with ice, or mixed in with other things. Although fairly new when compared with its competitors, its taste is perhaps the most refined – all at the price of roughly 21 USD.

6. PB&W Peanut Butter Whiskey


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PB&W Peanut BUtter Whiskey is produced by Old Elk distillery, a manufacturer of premium whiskeys located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It blends three different peanut flavors – peanut butter, hazelnut, and salty peanuts. The flavor of the drink is a sweet-salty mix with a special hint of apple.

At $26 for a 750 ml bottle, PB&W Peanut Butter Whiskey is packed with several flavors apart from the whiskey. You can taste bourbon, shortbread cookie, chocolate cream, and even buttered popcorn. The smooth texture and sweetness of the drink can be enjoyed neat or even mixed with a cocktail.

7. Barrel & Banter Peanut Butter Whiskey

The Barrel and Banter Peanut Butter Whiskey is a product from a company of the same name. It is based in North Texas and specializes in whiskeys, the Peanut Butter Whiskey being one of the best ones in the game. The company is known for using regional grains for their alcohol, which gives the company a homely touch.

Apart from the sweet goodness of peanut butter, the whiskey also has an oaky flavor to its formula, which stabilizes the sweetness.

The taste is balanced with sugary ingredients as well as local grains to make the base of the drink. You might even be able to taste vanilla in the toasted flavor and overall feel a mouthful of balanced semi-sweet whiskey.

8. Coastal Creek Peanut Butter Whiskey

A product of the company Total Wine & More, Coastal Creek Peanut Butter Whiskey is a special beverage made by infusing peanut butter with bourbon that has been aged for around six months.

The amber-colored beverage has a mild flavor that burns just like any aged whiskey, but you will feel a mouthful of vanilla and caramel flavors with each sip. Another special ingredient used for sweetness is pure sugar cane, although peanut butter dominates most of the flavor profile.

Priced at roughly around $22 per 750 ml, Coastal Creek Peanut Butter Whiskey can be best had on the rocks, or as a drink to have with dessert.

9. Shepherd’s P’Nutty Peanut Butter Whiskey

The Shepherd’s P’Nutty Peanut Butter Whiskey is another product on this list that is manufactured by the company Sazerac. Unlike Sheep Dog and Rams Point which have slightly intense flavors, Shepherd’s P’Nutty balances out the caramel, vanilla, and peanut butter perfectly with whiskey.

The flavor is sweet, but not overwhelming and burning in the throat. It is so smooth that it can be taken straight from the bottle in a shot. You will feel the light butterscotch and nutty flavors at first, and then the sweetness of the caramel and vanilla. Priced at $21 for 750 ml, it is an affordable buy for all sorts of drinkers.

10. Rams Point Peanut Butter Whiskey

Rams Point Peanut Butter Whiskey is a product of the renowned whiskey company Sazerac. It is a hard drink infused with peanut butter to create an intense spirit that can be enjoyable to regular drinkers.

The flavor and aroma of the beverage are sweet, close to Reese’s Peanut butter cup, and go down smoothly, like the high-quality drink it is. Though it is also slightly salty, the beverage is more on the sweet side and the oaky touch leaves the mouth bitter when finished.

The whiskey can be served chilled, iced, neat, or mixed with any sort of alcohol.

11. Sqrrl Peanut Butter Whiskey

Sqrrl Peanut Butter Whiskey is a product of the company Beam Suntory and has a diverse flavor profile when it comes to alcoholic beverages. They also manufacture liquor aged around 3 – 40 years and are proud producers of Jim Beam – one of the most popular whiskey brands in the world.

The whiskey is a sweet tinted beverage that has the aroma of simmered nuts, and hints of chocolate, and butterscotch. It is amber in color and goes down super smooth. Apart from chocolate, caramel is also a confectionary item that has been used to make nutty, sweet liquor.

Although the drink is full of sweet ingredients, the flavor is intense and it is not a great option for those who prefer light drinks. Sqrrl Peanut BUtter Whiskey is also priced affordably at $17 for a 750 ml bottle.

12. Blind Squirrel Peanut Butter Whiskey

Blind Squirrel Peanut Butter Whiskey is another product by Universal Spirits, Minnesota on this list. Compared to Skatterbrain, Blind Squirrel is the more affordable option by this trustable company.

Unlike its sibling whiskey, Blind Squirrel tastes more like whiskey and the taste of nuts and sweet ingredients is also more apparent. The drink is heavy and syrupy, with a thick texture that might not be suitable for first-time testing. However, it can be liked by those who prefer sweeter drinks as the flavor is sugary.

Since its flavor profile is strong, though sweet, it can be best had with a cocktail or mixed in with ice to dilute the taste.

13. Two Trees Peanut Butter Whiskey

Just like its name, Two Trees Peanut Butter Whiskey is a smooth drink with hints of an oaky flavor. The drink is manufactured by Two Trees Distilling Company and is part of their flavored whiskey collection which has a total of 9 different flavors.

The peanut butter whiskey by Two Trees tastes like regular whiskey at first, but the flavor slowly shifts to a mix of brown sugar and caramel with a tinge of roasted peanut butter. The blend also has a small amount of Carolina peach, crisp apple, and Michigan cherry.

It costs about $25 for a 750 ml, and will give you a homely Southern feel with a pleasant, lingering aftertaste.

14. Bird Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey

Bird Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey is a product of the company Bird Dog Whiskey, and a winner of the Best American Flavored Whiskey at the global World Whiskies Awards Competition. The drink is a golden-red amber-colored liquid that is warm, smooth, and sweet in flavor and texture.

The beverage is made using aged corn, rye, or barley bourbon mixed in with peanut butter flavor and regular peanuts. It is a high-end drink and gives you a normal burn as any whiskey spirit does, but the sweetness of peanut butter makes the heat enjoyable.

The drink also has a higher alcohol percentage than any other peanut butter whiskey at 40% ABV.

15. Copper Still Chocolate Peanut Butter Whiskey

A product of Copper Mountain Beverages, the Copper Still Chocolate Peanut Butter Whiskey is a sweet blend of peanut butter, chocolate and peanut butter cup. The beverage is made by mixing hot chocolate-flavored whiskey with the natural flavors of peanut butter.

Hence, many consumers have reviewed the peanut butter whiskey has more of a chocolaty taste than its main ingredient. Yet still, it is one of the best peanut butter whiskeys that are affordable, have a richness to their flavor, and are easy to mix with other drinks and ice.

What Brands Have Peanut Butter Whiskey?

Peanut Butter Whiskey is a hit among alcohol enthusiasts and testers, and many brands offer this variant as a product. The first company to make this beverage was the Skrewball company, hence it is a given that their product is one of the best options available.

However, some other notable brands of peanut butter whisky are Sheep Dog, Skrewball, Hard Truth, Ole Smokey, Sqrrl, Barrel and Banter, and Blind Squirrel peanut butter whiskies.

What Goes Well With Rams Point Peanut Butter Whiskey?

Rams Point Peanut Butter Whiskey is a hard drink infused with peanut butter to give you an intense spirit that can be taken straight as a shot, or chilled with ice. It works well with any type of fruit or in punches as well.

According to the beverage’s official website, the following methods are the best ways to have Ram’s Point Peanut Butter Whiskey:

  • Point Shot: Simply have a shot of Ram’s Point either neat or with ice.
  • PB&J Shot: Pour 1 part of Ram’s Point and 1 part of Dr. McGillicuddy’s Grape Liqueur and freeze until chilled.
  • Peanut Butter Old Fashioned: You will need 1.5 oz Ram’s Point, 1 orange peel, 0.75 oz Rye Whiskey, and 4 dashes of Peychaud’s Bitters. Combine all the ingredients in an old-fashioned glass and stir and strain with ice. Use the orange peel or cherry to garnish.

Related Questions

What’s The Whiskey That Tastes Like Peanut Butter?

Many brands manufacture peanut butter-flavored whiskey. Some examples are Skrewball Peanut Butter, Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey, and Hard Truth Peanut Butter Whiskey.

Does Peanut Butter Whiskey Taste Good?

Peanut butter whiskey will taste good to you if you like sweet beverages with a hint of peanut, caramel, coffee, and vanilla.

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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