What to mix with Skrewball? These peanut butter whiskey drinks are the best ways to highlight its sweet, nutty flavor.
Got a bottle of Skrewball? This unique peanut butter whiskey is syrupy, thick and sweet, with a deliciously nutty finish. Sure, you can drink it as a shot. But what to mix with Skrewball for cocktails? Here are all the top peanut butter whiskey drink recipes that make the most of this nutty liquor! Try it in a sweet spin on the Old Fashioned, or balance it out with cranberry juice in a sweet tart Peanut Butter and Jelly.
Many Skrewball drink recipes out there are overly sweet. But we found peanut butter whiskey is better accented with tart, bubbly or bitter flavors to cut the sweetness. So don’t go making a Skrewball White Russian or mixing Skrewball and Baileys…unless you want schedule an immediate visit to the dentist! The drink recipes below still lean sweet, but the flavor is balanced so they’re deliciously sippable.
And now…top peanut butter whiskey drinks to try!
Looking for a fun way to drink peanut butter whiskey? Try the Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned! This spin on the classic uses sweet Skrewball peanut butter whiskey in place of bourbon or rye. The drink could not be more different from the original! Double the bitters and add a little soda water to balance out the sweetness, and it’s got a bit of a Wisconsin Old Fashioned vibe.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, Angostura bitters, soda water (optional)
Looking for a unique peanut butter whiskey drink? Try the Peanut Butter and Jelly, a quirky sweet tart cocktail made with Skrewball peanut butter and cranberry juice. This unlikely combination makes the cocktail version of your favorite childhood sandwich! We took inspiration from the co-founder of Skrewball herself, Brittany Yeng, who recommends pairing this flavored whiskey with cranberry to cut the sweetness.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, cranberry juice, Cointreau
Here's a quick and easy way to make a peanut butter whiskey drink: Skrewball and Coke! The Rum and Coke, aka Cuba Libre, is a Cuban cocktail that’s made all over the world…because it’s just that simple. Make it using peanut butter whiskey and it's got an irresistible nutty finish. Cut the sweet with a generous squeeze of lemon or lime.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, cola, lemon or lime wedge
An oddly delicious peanut butter whiskey drink? The Skrewball Screwdriver! Tart orange juice is a tasty pairing with peanut butter whiskey, giving it a subtly nutty finish. Substitute the same quantity of peanut butter whiskey as vodka in this drink.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, orange juice
What to mix with Skrewball? Coffee is a natural pairing with peanut butter whiskey! Make it into an Irish coffee by skipping the sugar and using Skrewball instead. There’s nothing more soul warming than that classic combination of bitter coffee, nutty whisky and frothy whipped cream.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, coffee, whipped cream (optional)
Here’s a refreshing way to drink peanut butter whiskey: the classic Whiskey Highball! This two-ingredient cocktail originated around the turn of the 20th century and it’s still popular to this day. Pairing Skrewball with bubbles is delightfully refreshing.
Ingredients: Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, club soda (soda water)
Want a light, bubbly cocktail starring peanut butter whiskey? Mix it with tonic water for a Peanut Butter Whiskey Tonic! The sweet, bubbly carbonation pairs perfectly with the nutty whiskey. It's especially great for summer! Accent the sweetness with some zingy lemon.
Ingredients: Peanut butter whiskey, tonic water
More about Skrewball
Skrewball whiskey is a flavored whiskey that tastes like peanut butter (really!). If you’re a whiskey lover, well: you might not love these peanut butter whiskey drinks. Because there’s loads of added sugar in the stuff! Here’s a bit more about this intriguing type of whiskey:
- Skrewball peanut butter whiskey is a flavored whiskey made with real peanuts. The company was founded by husband and wife team Steven and Brittany Yeng, based in San Diego, California. Skrewball launched in 2018 and has become very popular in the US.
- Skrewball has a thick, sticky texture. It tastes very sweet, with a strong peanut finish and notes of caramel, coffee and vanilla. Honestly, it’s more like drinking Baileys than bourbon.
- Is Skrewball really a whiskey? Whiskey technically should be 40% ABV when it’s bottled, and Skrewball is 35% ABV. It’s labeled as a “flavored whiskey.”
- Will I like Skrewball? It depends. If you’re a whiskey connoisseur, probably not. But if you love sweet alcoholic drinks and think you don’t like whiskey…you probably will!
Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned (& More!)
- Prep Time: 2 minutes
- Cook Time: 0 minutes
- Total Time: 2 minutes
- Yield: 1 drink 1x
The Skrewball Old Fashioned is a fun way to drink peanut butter whiskey! Add bitters and garnish with a cherry.
- 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) Skrewball whiskey
- 4 strong dashes Angostura bitters
- Soda water, to taste (optional)
- For the garnish: orange wedge and cocktail cherry
- Large ice cube, for serving (try clear ice!)
- Cocktail cherry for garnish
- Add the Skrewball whiskey and angostura bitters to a glass and swirl to combine. Add a large clear ice cube.
- If desired, add a splash of soda water to taste: this tones down the sweetness of the Skrewball and is reminiscent of a Wisconsin Old Fashioned. Either way, the flavor is much sweeter than a traditional Old Fashioned. Garnish with an orange wedge and cocktail cherry.
- Category: Drink
- Method: Stirred
- Cuisine: Cocktails
- Diet: Vegan
Keywords: Peanut Butter Whiskey Drinks, peanut butter whiskey drink recipes, Skrewball drink, skrewball peanut butter whiskey drinks, Skrewball whiskey drinks, What to mix with skrewball
Let us know if you have any questions!
Very interesting!! With fall coming I’ll definitely have some at the house!!
My wife had picked up a bottle of Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey . As a sipper , it’s very nice. My wife came up with ” Drunkin Peanut Butter Cup “. It will change your list. It did mine.
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4 / 6 ounces (we use Ripple plant based chocolate milk) chocolate milk.👌👌👌 Thank you.
Sounds great. Thanks for sharing!
Looking forward to trying your recipes.
I like the Skrewball PB whiskey with guiness beer. Dump in a couple shots in the can.
Shake vigorously with ice until frothy and strain!
His favorite food was Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich!
I know….I LOVE Elvis! Love both banana Liquor & now, Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey…..great idea…can’t wait to try it….Thanks!
Something I’ve found out it Skrewball is really good with….. is yoo-hoo. It not a Reese cup but damn good. And if u like a sweet creamy drink then try it with banana pudding moonshine. So much like a pb&b sammich with a shot of cold milk….. It takes me back.
OMG! My husband just tried Screwball whiskey & mentioned that it would be good with yoo-hoo….gonna make martinis!
I love to blend Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey with ice and Vanilla Bean Creamer or Brown Butter Creamer. 🍶
Last Christmas I had the most delicious drink made with peanut butter whiskey and eggnog . Unfortunately, I don’t l live near the restaurant where I had it . I did order your peanut butter whiskey so I am wondering if you might have a recipe for the whiskey and eggnog ? I would appreciate and help you can give me . Thanks ! Jan
Hi! We don’t have a recipe, but I would think I would try 1 ounce of whiskey to 6 ounces of eggnog.
Thank you so much ! Can’t wait to try this .
My BFF told me about your Peanut Butter Whiskey and they happened to have a tasting recently…..I live in the Chicago suburbs……I am trying to lose weight….now I’m hooked on your whiskey….not sure whether to be happy or sad! I little of both…..still LOVE your whiskey!