Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktails

15 Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktails

15 Of Our Favorite Ways to Enjoy Skrewball Whiskey

1. Peanut Butter Espresso Martini

by Skrewball Whiskey

Peanut Butter Espresso Martini

We’ve looked at and tested a lot of drink recipes, but there’s just something about this martini that combines the flavors of peanut and espresso into one sippable, irresistible drink. 

For this martini, all you need is Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, coffee liqueur, and your favorite espresso. The recipe calls for fresh-brewed, but you could also use an espresso cold brew instead. 

Shake it all together over ice and serve in a martini glass, with a couple of espresso beans as an elegant garnish. 

2. Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned

by A Couple Cooks

Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned

If you’re looking for a more sophisticated, less dessert-like way to enjoy your Skrewball Whiskey, this Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned is the way to go. 

A traditional old-fashioned cocktail is a whiskey or bourbon with angostura bitters and soda water. This recipe replaces the standard whiskey or bourbon with Skrewball instead. 

Pour the peanut butter whiskey and angostura bitters into a rocks glass over ice. Top off with a little soda water to mellow it a bit. A slice of orange and cherry is the perfect accompaniment to this drink. 

3. Perfect Peanut Butter Jelly Cocktail

by Cocktail Contessa 

by Cocktail Contessa 

3. Perfect Peanut Butter Jelly Cocktail

by Cocktail Contessa 

Perfect Peanut Butter Jelly Cocktail

When you’re craving a cocktail with perfectly balanced peanut butter and jelly flavor, the Cocktail Contessa knocks it out of the park with this recipe. 

Skrewball Whiskey is combined with Chambord raspberry liqueur (which tastes like grape jelly in this drink), dry vermouth, and chocolate bitters. 

Peanut butter and jelly sandwich might sound like child’s play, but one taste of this and you’re going to see a whole new, sophisticated side to this classic flavor combination. 

4. Island of Misfits

by Skrewball Whiskey

by Skrewball Whiskey

4. Island of Misfits

by Skrewball Whiskey

Island of Misfits

This recipe by Skrewball is different from the other peanut butter whiskey drinks on our list because this one has a tropical twist. Skrewball Whiskey combines together with the tropical flavors of orange juice and pineapple juice, along with coconut cream and rum. 

It might be an Island of Misfits, but it’s still delicious! 

5. Peanut Butter Cup Whiskey Cocktail

by Entertaining Diva

Peanut Butter Cup Whiskey Cocktail

We love this recipe by Entertaining Diva because it essentially tastes like grown-up chocolate milk with some peanut butter lingering in the background. 

This recipe combines peanut butter whiskey, chocolate liqueur, and milk. The ingredients are simple, but the taste is total yum!

Add a nice swirl of chocolate syrup to your glass before mixing the ingredients in a cocktail shaker and pouring them in. We also really like that she offers dairy-free alternatives, so you can still enjoy the peanut butter chocolatey goodness, even if dairy is something you avoid. 

6. Skrewball White Russian

by Trop Rockin

by Trop Rockin

6. Skrewball White Russian

by Trop Rockin

Skrewball White Russian

The White Russian is a classic cocktail made with coffee liqueur, vodka, and cream or milk. This version takes a unique spin with the peanut butter flavor of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey thrown into the mix. 

This version is creamy, nutty, sweet, and delicious. The Skrewball Whiskey replaces most of the vodka in this White Russian, but there is still a bit left in for a bit of a bite. Kahlua or the coffee liqueur of your choice is also added, along with heavy cream. Pour it all over the ice in a rocks glass. A rim of light peanut butter with a bit of coarse salt is a nice finishing touch. 

7. Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktail

by Couple in the Kitchen 

Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktail

Even those who don’t really drink peanut butter whiskey are going to fall head over heels for this cocktail that might as well be considered a dessert in a glass. This martini-style drink is also what you would call pretty stiff, with four ounces of peanut butter whiskey in each drink! 

This cocktail recipe also includes chocolate liquor, half and half, chocolate syrup, and peanut butter cups. Start with a nice, chilled martini glass, then dip the rim in chocolate syrup and chopped-up peanut butter cups. Add the rest of the ingredients to a cocktail shaker over ice and give it a good shake or two to mix. Pour and enjoy! 

8. Chocolate & Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktail

by Mitten Girl

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktail

Chocolate and peanut butter are two classic flavors that go together perfectly, and this peanut butter whiskey drink shows us exactly why they’re thought to be such a tasty combination. 

This cocktail is thick and creamy, with peanut butter whiskey, creme de cacao, chocolate liqueur, brown sugar, peanut butter, and chocolate bitters. Shake all of the ingredients over ice and serve. It might sound a little over the top, but trust us, it’s delicious. 

This recipe doesn’t call for it, but a little chocolate drizzle in the glass is a nice touch. 

9. Pumpkin Hot Buttered Skrew

by Skrewball Whiskey

Pumpkin Hot Buttered Skrew

This is a great fall cocktail that’s perfect for warming you up when there’s a bit of a chill in the air. This also makes a really great tailgating drink during football season. For this peanut butter whiskey drink, you need peanut butter whiskey, pumpkin spice syrup, butter, sugar, and hot water. Star anise and cinnamon sugar round out the delicious flavors. 

10. Peanut Butter & Coke

by Bartendr

Peanut Butter & Coke

This is probably the simplest of the peanut butter whiskey drinks on our list, but cola goes with practically everything, and this combination is pure genius. 

We really like how the nutty flavor complements the classic whiskey and Coke cocktail. This is especially good for those who like their cocktails just a little on the sweet side but don’t want to cross over into dessert-drink territory. 

This recipe also includes the option to add just a touch of vanilla extract, which you can omit if you want, but it does really work to mellow out and blend the flavors.  

11. The Skrew-Dolph 

By Skrewball Whiskey

The Skrew-Dolph 

The next time that you’re looking for a way to use your favorite peanut butter-flavored whiskey in a holiday drink try this super easy Skrew-Dolph. All you need is peanut butter whiskey and hot chocolate. Garnish with whipped cream and add a cherry as a glowing red nose. 

12. Peanut Butter Irish Coffee

by Cooking with Amber

Peanut Butter Irish Coffee

This is one peanut butter cocktail that you don’t have to add ice for a delicious taste! The Peanut Butter Irish Coffee is a creative and delicious take on the classic coffee drink. Traditionally, Irish Coffee features Irish whiskey and coffee. This one uses Skrewball instead. 

The ingredients are simple. Just your favorite black coffee, Skrewball, a bit of added sugar (brown sugar tastes best), and whipped cream to top it off. If you want to take the peanut butter flavor up a couple of notches, this recipe includes directions on how to make peanut butter whipped cream for a delicious topper.  

13. Skrewball Pineapple Margarita

by Skrewball Whiskey

Skrewball Pineapple Margarita

We know what you’re thinking. Can this really be a margarita if it has whiskey in it — and peanut butter-flavored whiskey at that? Sure it can, and this is a margarita that even devout whiskey drinkers will enjoy. 

Combine Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey with tequila, sour mix, and pineapple juice. Shake all of the ingredients together and serve in a margarita glass with a nice big chunk of fresh pineapple. 

14. Elvis Sandwich Shot

by Tipsy Bartender

Elvis Sandwich Shot

What would a list of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey cocktails be without at least one shot on the list? The Elvis Sandwich Shot by Tipsy Bartender is so good that it might just become one of your new favorite cocktails. 

If you don’t know about the Elvis sandwich, it isn’t your standard PB&J. Instead, it’s peanut butter, banana, and bacon! The nutty, sweet, and savory combination is a tasty one. To turn this combination into cocktails, combine peanut butter whiskey, Creme De Banana, and Irish cream. Shake well over ice and strain into shot glasses. 

But, wait! Where does the bacon come in? Serve each shot with a small slice of bacon to nibble on after the shot goes down. 

15. Peanut Butter Jelly Thyme Cocktail

by Cooking with Wine

Peanut Butter Jelly Thyme Cocktail

We love how Cooking with Wine takes the liquid form of PB&J and turns it into a lovely, sophisticated cocktail. The combination of peanut butter whiskey, blackberry liqueur, bitters, and fresh thyme combine for a top-tier PB&J cocktail.  The thyme adds a nice and refreshingly surprising element to this cocktail. Garnish with blackberries or fresh raspberries, along with a bit more thyme for an elegant presentation. 


What can I mix with peanut butter whiskey?

There are many mixers that go really well with peanut butter whiskey. For a sweet drink, try chocolate liqueur, Kahlua, Chambord, or any type of sweet cordial that goes well with nutty flavors. Cranberry juice also goes well, and creates a cocktail that tastes a little like PB&J. If you’re looking for something simple, club soda adds effervescence and dilutes the whiskey nicely. 

What soda is good with Skrewball?

What soda is good with Skrewball?
Yes, club soda or even Coke are both great mixers that whiskey drinkers will enjoy. Get creative and see what new drink recipes you can come up with! 

Can you drink Skrewball whiskey straight? 

You sure can! Some like to drink Skrewball straight as a shot, while others prefer to pour it over ice and sip on it leisurely. 

What’s Your Favorite Way to Enjoy Skrewball?

Did you find your new favorite Skrewball cocktail on this list? Let us know what you think, and in the meantime, sit back and enjoy that delicious Skrewball cocktail in your hand.

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