Peanut Butter Whiskey Exists—Here’s Where to Find It
Reviewers say it really tastes like peanut butter.
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We all love Reese’s peanut butter cups. It’s a fact—according to this research, they’re one of America’s most popular types of Halloween candy. What’s not to love? You know peanut butter and chocolate are a classic combo.
The one thing we hadn’t thought of adding peanut butter to is alcohol. Not that it wouldn’t be good, but like, how could that even be done? Thankfully, Skrewball Whiskey Company found a way and we can’t wait to try peanut butter whiskey.
Is Peanut Butter Whiskey Real?
You bet! Skrewball offers a peanut butter-flavored whiskey, and it’s become an instant classic. It’s now on the top of our “to-buy” list—along with coffee-infused wine. This whiskey comes in two sizes; a 750ml bottle and a 50ml bottle, for those who aren’t quite sure about this thing yet.
We’re excited to report that Skrewball has hit a home run with this delightful drink. Most reviews say it tastes just like peanut butter, and one goes as far as comparing it to Reese’s Puffs. Yum! The general consensus appears to be that this gamble absolutely pays off for peanut butter fans, and we couldn’t be happier about it. And the options for drinking it are nearly endless; you can blend it into a milkshake, turn it into a PB&J cocktail or even make martinis. If you can dream it, this whiskey can probably do it.
If you’re as obsessed with peanut butter as we are, you’ll love these recipes for serious peanut butter lovers.
Where Can I Buy It?
Because of everything going on with COVID-19, you really shouldn’t be making an extra trip to the store right now. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on this whiskey. We recommend trying Drizly, an alcohol delivery service that’ll bring booze right to your doorstep. Skrewball’s peanut butter whiskey is offered there, as long as local stores have it for the carrier to deliver.
If Drizly isn’t yet available in your area, there’s always good ol’ fashioned online grocers—including lesser-known ones that still have stuff you need in stock.