Australia, we’re going nuts over this Peanut Butter Whiskey. A must-have in your liquor cabinet!

Quirky infusions in whisky are becoming a global sensation like this Sourdough concoction, and now Australians will now get to purchase another completely nuts style of liquid gold – direct from the United States! Sheep Dog’s Peanut Butter Whiskey is a lip-smacking drop, dripping with the deliciously distinct aroma of peanut butter. Yum!

After making a splash across the US, Sheep Dog is bringing its unique liquid gold to Australia’s shelves to satisfy peanut butter lovers and whisky fans alike.

Forget honey, jelly or banana – although the idea of combining these two classic flavours sounds a little nutty, Sheep Dog is already herding the pack and has quickly become a fan-favourite. Produced in the USA, this flavoured whiskey is bursting with natural peanut butter flavours. It also features notes of vanilla and caramel popcorn with warm whiskey undertones.

Whisky fans would be barking mad to overlook this playful combination of peanut butter and whiskey. Made using a proprietary process blending peanut butter flavours with whiskey; although the new American whiskey contains real peanuts, through Sheep Dog’s proprietary process, all allergen-containing-proteins have been removed – making it allergen-free and safe for consumers.

What do you mix with Sheep Dog’s Peanut Butter Whiskey? Destined to be a bartender’s best friend, Sheep Dog’s Peanut Butter Whiskey is best enjoyed as a straight, chilled shot – but the cocktail possibilities and twists on a bunch of old classics are endless. Get ahead of the pack and switch up your next espresso martini with a shot of this smooth puppy.

Grab a bottle of Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey, get the pack together and woof down some good times.

Buy your own 750mL bottle of Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey via BoozeBud for only $56.99 and get it delivered straight to your door! Alternatively, they are sold at most major liquor retailers.

Looking for other quirky new releases? Why not try Starward’s Ginger Beer Cask Single Malt Whisky. Or, if you love cocktails, you must try making The Whisky Mill’s Winter Hot Toddy Recipe.

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