Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey Liqueur 70cl
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The Sazerac Company was founded in 1869, named after a bar they acquired in New Orleans, the Sazerac Coffee House. Following the establishment of the company, they started marketing and distributing brands of liquor under their name. Loaded with flavours of vanilla, rich caramel corn and whiskey undertones, finishing with butterscotch, subtle oak and coffee, Sheep Dog takes your peanut butter experience to a whole new level. The chocolate tones make this whiskey a good addition to spiked hot chocolate – the peanut butter and chocolate combination is another winner. Pros
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In some flavored whiskey, I’ve noticed that the addition of a bit of ice leads to a “flat diet coke” sort of flavor, but in this case that sweetness is still there — for better or worse. That component hasn’t changed. It leaves a lingering aftertaste and has notable buttery undertones which makes it a rich choice of beverage. The peanut butter is not as prominent as some of the other options, which makes it a good buy for those who want something a bit more subtle. Where this goes off the rails is in the aftertaste. For a few seconds after the spirit is out of your mouth there’s harmony, but that suddenly devolves into bitterness and the overpowering taste of that artificial sweetener.
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We’re giving three Metro.co.uk readers the opportunity to win a year’s supply of Sheep Dog, the nation’s favourite peanut butter Whiskey. The taste is distinctly rich and creamy honey-roasted peanuts with hints of oak and corn. There are also notes of sea salt, which results in an unusual (but enjoyable) sweet and salty blend. The whiskey’s golden appearance is achieved by adding caramel, which also comes through in the taste. The texture is unusually syrupy, which is reflective of the sweetness. There is a strong, sweet aroma of a Butterfinger candy bar (similar to the Skrewball), maple syrup, and buttery popcorn.
Nostalgic childhood comfort food meets a ‘grown-up’ indulgence – the peanut butter whiskey is born. Consumers who are gluten intolerant can enjoy this whiskey as well, as it is both vegan and gluten-free. Vegan Shopping: Peanut Butter & Whisky
Blended in Tennessee, the Ole Smoky brand, known for their Moonshine, has produced a Peanut Butter Whiskey to add to their reputable range. It is made from a 100% corn whiskey base barrel, which is aged for two years. There’s a reason peanut butter whiskey has grown in popularity in recent years. I’ll also look into peanut butter whiskey and bourbons to see if these types of whiskies are vegan. For those unfamiliar with vegans and non-vegans, I compiled a table of the top vegan and non-vegan whiskies. Whiskey is defined as a type of whiskey, but not every single whiskey is a bourbon. Bourbon, according to the definition, must be made with at least 51% corn. It is not necessary to drink a spirit with dairy notes to taste the flavor. Almost all of Scotch whiskey’s ingredients are vegan.