Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey isn’t your average flavored liquor
Peanut butter. Whiskey. Peanut butter whiskey. No matter how many times you say it, it sounds like an oddball combination. But don’t let a little thing like preconceived notions fool you.
With a warm and welcoming aroma and a deliciously smooth palate, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey isn’t your average flavored liquor. In fact, it might just be the next big thing on the San Diego spirit scene. Made by a local husband and wife duo with American whiskey and peanut butter flavor, the end result is savory and creamy, with a touch of sweetness, and without the lingering, heavy finish you might expect. Destined to live in a variety of cocktails, this surprisingly clean whiskey can easily be enjoyed neat or on the rocks.
Inspired by a wildly popular shot invented by co-founder Steven Yeng, and served at his popular restaurant OB Noodle House + Bar 1502, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey has been refined into an award-winning spirit that captured Double Gold at the August 2018 eighth annual New York World Wine & Spirits Competition. Entering among 340 contestants and going toe-to-toe against other flavors such as hot cinnamon, ginger, blackberry, and apple, Skrewball was the only winner to nab the esteemed Double Gold designation in the Flavored Whiskey category.
PACIFIC caught up with Brittany Merrill Yeng, co-founder and managing member of Skrewball to find out the lowdown on this local award-winning whiskey.
PACIFIC: So, how did you make your shots originally?
BRITTANY MERRILL YENG: With real peanut butter. It was a rather messy cocktail, that people mostly drank as a shot. It got some publicity, and we were on a reality TV show. And I heard people from all over talking about it. I asked (husband) Steven (Yeng), “Is this a thing?” So, many people have tried to replicate it around San Diego and even around the country, but it’s hard to replicate the exact flavor.
How much peanut butter goes in a batch?
The thing about peanut butter is it’s oily, so it’s not that simple because oil and water don’t mix, and it can separate. So we created natural peanut flavors, it’s not scoops of peanut butter. It’s a clear liquid, and by doing that it’s a higher proof. It tastes like a peanut butter cup!
What’s the best way to drink Skrewball?
We designed this to be a bartender’s best friend. You don’t need to chill it; you can drink it straight or in a shot — we recommend with a sea salt rim. It’s also fun all of the cocktails out there, even a piña colada with Skrewball is surprisingly delicious.
I like it over a little bit of ice, my husband likes it neat with a smoked salt rim.
Your imagery definitely reads SoCal bohemian. What is your target market?
Frankly Skrewball appeals to everyone young and old. The word Skrewball refers to someone who is eccentric and nutty. We say the party hasn’t started until the skrewball shows up. It’s about being yourself, and you have way more fun when you are just yourself.
What does “We are the black sheep” slogan found on your website mean?
I think we can all relate to feeling ostracized or like you don’t fit in. It’s about accepting others and accepting yourself. Skrewball is definitely looked down on by whiskey connoisseurs, but we are proud of our roots in California, and we aren’t going to try to hide it. So we ask that you try it first. We’ve changed peoples’ minds.
Congrats on your Double Gold Medal for Best Flavored Whiskey in the New York World Wine & Spirits Competition. How does that feel?
This competition was open to big brands. Everyone else in the flavored category got bronze and we jumped to the double gold. We were very proud.
What are the reactions you are hearing to Skrewball?
It’s been remarkable and a great response. We were told the flavored whiskey market is a tough market. People are telling us about Skrewball who don’t know it’s us. We feel like we have created a new category for the market.
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey is featured at bars around the county, and retails for $21.99-$24.99. For a list of locations, visit skrewballwhiskey.com.
Follow Skrewball on Instagram at @skrewballwhiskey and when you partake in a shot or a glass, use the hashtag #getskrewed.
Make it at home
As Classic as PB& J (A Peanut Butter & Jelly Old Fashioned)
1.5 oz. Skrewball Whiskey
.75 oz. Rye Whiskey
4 Dashes of Angostura Bitters
1 Luxardo Cherry
Combine all these familiar ingredients over ice in a cocktail glass. Stir and allow these old friends to mingle until chilled. Garnish with Luxardo Cherry and an orange peel.
Fast and Easy Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktails
As a bourbon geek, I wanted to hate peanut butter whiskey. But a small sip of a sample and the cocktail lover in me grabbed a bottle to go home and get my cocktail game on. And while Skrewball peanut butter whiskey is perhaps the best-known example of the peanut-flavored whiskies, it’s not the only one. I did, in fact, go home with a bottle.
I’m writing this article for everyone else who’s ended up at home with a bottle sitting nearly full on their bar wondering how best to use it.
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What is Peanut Butter Whiskey?
With flavored whiskies all the rage lately (ostensibly to convert current vodka and liqueur drinkers to whiskey drinkers), it’s useful to consider how we got here. Back before you could buy pb-flavored liqueur already made, bartenders and mixologists were using a process called fat washing to combine the delicious, nutty beauty that is peanut butter with bourbon and whiskey.
Many bourbons and whiskies have nutty notes – both in the nose and flavor. Combining those together is a natural match.
In fat washing, a food product full of fat, like peanut butter, bacon fat, or browned butter is combined with whiskey, left to sit for a few hours, then moved to a freezer for 24 hours until the solids from the fat have frozen at the top of the container. The mixture is strained through a fine-mesh sieve, then a coffee filter (which may take several hours) until the resulting whiskey is flavorful but translucent.
Fat washing adds both flavor and mouthfeel to a spirit. Whiskey becomes creamier and more viscous – and with something like peanut butter as the flavoring agent, it reminds me of taking a huge bite of a pb sandwich with the feel of it thick throughout the mouth.
With the current brands commercially available, the liqueurs have tilted to the sweet side of the spectrum, and although they are full of peanut butter flavor they don’t have quite the depth of flavor of a naturally fat-washed whiskey. With the peanut butter whiskies I’ve tried I get a lot of butterscotch on the nose, and a lot of very sweet peanut flavors.
Types of PB Whiskey
Many brands are playing catch-up to compete with Skrewball Whiskey, the first to market. Some brands have borrowed the shape of the bottle, or the sound of the name, and others have similar logos. All of them linger around 70 proof – 35% ABV. This is less alcohol than a bourbon or whiskey, but more than many liqueurs.
Here’s a list of a few of the bigger names in the market. I can’t speak to the taste of most of these, but if you get a chance to sample them at a store or festival see what you think. Not all liqueurs are created equal, so always sample before purchasing. Most of these are very sweet liqueurs, and in cocktail recipes, they’ll act as a sweet modifying element.
Another option is Ballotin’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Whiskey which makes an absolutely fabulous Peanut Butter Cup Manhattan you can check outhere.
How to Drink Peanut Butter Whiskey
Every time I try a fun spirit in a liquor store and bring a bottle home I face the same question that you do: what goes with peanut butter whiskey (or whatever I’ve brought home)?
It’s a fact salespeople and marketers know: if we taste something we’re much more likely to buy it. It’s why Costco was staffed with tasting stations before the pandemic.
And while that half-ounce of flavored whiskey in the liquor store tastes delicious, it’s a different story once you get a 750 mL home and wonder what to make with it. Here are some very simple peanut butter whiskey drink recipes to make at home:
Adult Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee: Brew a cup of hazelnut coffee, add 1 oz of peanut butter whiskey and 1 oz of chocolate whiskey or creme de cocoa. Top with whipped cream and a Reese’s cup or three.
Adult PB Coffee: Take your favorite coffee, and add 1.5 – 2 ounces of peanut butter whiskey. Done.
Adult PBJ Coffee: Add the following to a 10-12 oz cup of coffee: 1 oz peanut butter liqueur and 1 oz raspberry or strawberry liqueur.
Nutted Up Lemonade: Add 1 oz of peanut butter liqueur to a tall glass of your favorite lemonade. Lemon tarts often have nutty crusts. This is proof that the combination works in liquid form.
Highballs and Tall Cocktails
PB&J Highball: Add 1.5 ounces of pb whiskey to a tall glass, fill with ice, and top with strawberry seltzer water.
Fluffernutter Highball: Add 1 ounce of peanut butter whiskey and 1 ounce of marshmallow vodka to a highball glass. Fill with ice and top with club soda or unflavored seltzer water. Garnish with marshmallows.
Peanut Butter Whiskey Sour: Make a classic sour with 1 oz peanut butter liqueur, 1 oz bourbon, 1 oz lemon juice and ½ oz simple syrup. Shake together and strain into a rocks glass over ice.
PB Chocolate Milk: A perfect quick cocktail before bedtime – a glass of chocolate milk with an ounce or two of peanut butter whiskey.
Boozy Peanut Butter Milkshake: Add two ounces of peanut butter whiskey to a vanilla milkshake.
Boozy Peanut Butter Cup Milkshake: Add two ounces of peanut butter whiskey to a chocolate milkshake.
Peanut Butter Cup Shot: To make this peanut butter whiskey shot, combine shot glasses full of equal parts peanut butter whiskey, chocolate liqueur or creme de cocoa, and your chosen dairy or dairy alternative. This tastes best when all three have been in the freezer.
PBJ Shot: Combine shot glasses with equal parts peanut butter whiskey and Chambord or Raspberry liqueur. Again, best when everything is chilled first.
Easy Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktails
In addition to the quick drinks listed above, you can take a little more time and create a memorable cocktail at home to use up that bottle still sitting on your bar.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Old Fashioned
I learned my lesson here. Don’t try to use grape jelly in this cocktail. Rather, make a simple syrup from concord grape juice as the sweet element in your Old Fashioned. Non-whiskey drinkers love sipping on this peanut butter cocktail.
Elvis Julep – Peanut Butter Marshmallow
The King loved peanut butter banana sandwiches and this great riff on a mint julep takes advantage of the flavors of peanut butter whiskey combined with a banana liqueur. Topping the cocktail with a banana peanut butter garnish just makes it perfect.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Old Fashioned
Anything combining peanut butter and chocolate is a winning combination for me. This Peanut Butter Chocolate Old Fashioned cocktail keeps the bourbon at the forefront with the bulk of the base spirit. However, if you prefer, you can split the difference between the pb whiskey and the bourbon for a sweeter, more indulgent cocktail.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Manhattan
An elegant but fun evening cocktail, this peanut butter chocolate drink combines peanut butter chocolate whiskey with amaro in a variation of a Black Manhattan. The amaro serves to punch up the nutty notes from peanut butter chocolate whiskey. Recipe here.
A riff on the Godfather (in the vein of variations such as the Godmother and the Godchild), this switch up of a classic scotch and amaretto cocktail is a modern miracle in the making. Garnish with a lemon peel, instead of the classic orange that goes with a Godfather, and sip away over ice.
- 2 oz bourbon whiskey
- ½ oz peanut butter whiskey
Add bourbon and peanut butter whiskey to a mixing glass. Add ice and stir until well-chilled. Strain into a rocks-filled old fashioned glass and garnish with a lemon peel.
Perfect PBJ Cocktail
Using the Perfect Manhattan template, I added a touch of Chambord to stand in for the jelly and the sweet part of the sweet vermouth, dry vermouth, and cut back the bourbon ratio just a bit to add in the flavored whiskey. This is a refined version of most peanut butter whiskey drinks – and one a bourbon lover is most likely to enjoy as it plays off the nuttiness of the base bourbon and the butterscotch flavor from the flavored whiskey.
- 1.5 oz bourbon whiskey
- ½ oz peanut butter whiskey
- ½ oz Dolin Dry vermouth
- ½ oz Chambord black raspberry liqueur
- 2 dashes chocolate bitters (Scrappy’s or Bittermens.)
Combine bourbon, pb whiskey, dry vermouth, Chambord and bitters in a mixing glass and add ice. Stir until very well-chilled and strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with fresh raspberries.
Wide varieties of cocktails await you after a purchase of a bottle of pb whiskey. Get yours out, start simple, and work your way up to more intriguing and fun nutty cocktails. And be sure to tag or message me if you find a new combination that knocks your socks off. I love hearing from you!
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Peanut Butter Jelly CocktailHeather Wibbels
- 1.5 oz bourbon whiskey
- ½ oz peanut butter whiskey
- ½ oz Dolin Dry vermouth
- ½ oz Chambord black raspberry liqueur
- 2 dashes chocolate bitters Scrappy’s or Bittermens.
- Combine bourbon, pb whiskey, dry vermouth, Chambord and bitters in a mixing glass and add ice. Stir until very well-chilled and strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with fresh raspberries.
Peanut butter whiskey
Peanut butter flavored whiskey
Peanut butter whiskey is a type of flavored whiskey that has the flavor of peanut butter or peanuts. It is consumed straight as a shot, used as an ingredient in cocktails, and also sometimes drizzled atop ice cream.
Peanut Lolita is the name of a thick whiskey and peanut-based liqueur produced in the 1960s and 1970s. The liquor was produced by Continental Distilling in Linfield, Pennsylvania.
Skrewball is a company based in San Diego, California that produces the spirit at 70 proof and claims to have invented the beverage. The company was started and began purveying the product to consumers around July 2018. In December 2019, the New York World Wine and Spirits Competition awarded Skrewball whisky a Double Gold medal for best flavoured whisky. The product also received the Double Gold medal in August 2018 at the same New York competition, being prized as the "Best Flavored Whiskey".
Hard Truth Distilling Co. in Brown County, Tennessee produces a peanut butter whiskey that was introduced in November 2020.
Ole Smoky Distillery in Gatlinburg, Tennessee produces a peanut butter whiskey that received ten well-known spirits awards in November 2020.
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4 Peanut Butter Whiskey Drink Recipes You'll Go Nuts For
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
While seemingly endless versions of flavored whiskeys are lining the shelves these days, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey is a force to be reckoned with. Who would have thought combining whiskey and peanut butter could be so good? Not a whiskey drinker? Even non-whiskey drinkers can get behind the fun flavor of Skrewball, and once you blend it into one of our peanut butter whiskey recipes, we're sure you'll become a convert.
The first cocktail recipe embraces peanut butter’s first love: jelly. Chambord and Skrewball combine in the PB & J Cocktail to remind adults that we too can still enjoy the classic combo — no bread needed. And the Peanut Butter Cup is one decadent drink that’s perfect for dessert. Are you into classics with a twist? The Skrewed Up Manhattan and Hot Peanut Butter Toddy are perfect for you.
Whether crafted into a cocktail or sipped on the rocks, Skrewball is one dangerously good whiskey.
PB & J Cocktail
Peanut Butter Cup Cocktail
Skrewed Up Manhattan
Peanut Butter Toddy
Love a good cocktail? Check out all of our drink recipes, here!
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Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Recipes and Fall Cocktails
Fall in love with Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey this autumn! The first real peanut butter whiskey has put a nutty twist on several classic seasonal cocktails, heating things up with a Skrewed Up Coffee, Skrewball Hot Chocolate, Pumpkin Perocet or Spiked Peanut Butter Cider. Enjoy a Skrewed Up Coffee and Skrewball Hot Chocolate at The Buena Vista in San Francisco or get out your favorite Mug, Whip Cream or Marshmallow and get ready to cozy up with these flavorful fall cocktails in your own home by following the recipes below..
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Skrewball Hot Chocolate
This creamy and comforting number puts your typical hot chocolate to shame as it is made even more delicious with a couple ounces of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey. This beverage is THE adult version of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Top it off with fresh whipped cream and you will be in for a treat.
Author: Skrewball Whiskey
- 1 1/2 oz Skrewball
- 6 oz hot chocolate
- Optional: whip cream
Fill cup with hot chocolate, add Skrewball Whiskey and garnish top with fresh whipped cream.
Island Of Misfits
Tropical Classic With Peanut Butter
- 1.5 oz. Skrewball Whiskey
- .75 oz. Zaya dark Rum
- .5 oz. Orange Juice
- .5 oz. Pineapple Juice
- .5 oz. Cream of Coconut
Shake all together in shaker with ice. Pour into cocktail glass.Garnish with three pineapple top leaves and powdered nutmeg.
Skrewed Up Coffee
Brew your favorite cup of joe and add in a shot or two of Skrewball for a peanut buttery, spiked coffee flavor. This drink is tasty, boozy and easy to drink on crisp autumn days. Top it off with whipped cream to make it a more indulgent drink for an after-dinner cocktail or just because!
- 1 ½ oz Skrewball
- 6oz. coffee
- Optional: whip cream
Fill cup with coffee and garnish with fresh whipped cream on top.
Still not ready to give up those fun and fruity summer flavors? This fall’s spin on the classic Painkiller cocktail adds creamy pumpkin and nutty notes to make this tropical drink a decadent fall dream.
- 15 oz. can pumpkin purée
- 15oz can of cream of coconut
- 1.5 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
- .75 oz. Zaya Gran Reserva Rum
- .5 oz. orange juice
- .5 oz. pineapple Juice
- .5 oz. pumpkin cream of coconut mix
- 2 dashes of vanilla extract
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 3/4 tsp. of nutmeg
- 3 tbsp. of sugar to taste
- A dash powdered pumpkin spice
- 3 pineapple leaves
Blend pumpkin purée and one cream of coconut together. Simply shake all the remaining ingredients together in a shaker with ice, pour into a cocktail glass and garnish with three pineapple top leaves and powdered pumpkin spice.
Spiked Peanut Butter Cider
Take classic apple cider to the next level with Skrewball. Whether your serving apple cider for your next fall bash or drinking it curled up by the fire, this cocktail will satisfy anyone’s fall cravings for peanut butter and apples, all made in a toasty adult drink.
- 1.5 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
- 4 oz hot apple cider
Build all the ingredients in a heated mug and garnish with fresh apple slices and a cinnamon stick.
Peanut Butter Whiskey Shot Recipe: PB & J
- 1 oz. Chambord Liqueur
- 2 oz. Peanut butter whiskey
- Use a 6 oz. glass with a large ice cube
- Pour in Chambord first and let it sit as the bottom of the glass.
- Pour in the Peanut butter whiskey. It will float on top of the Chambord.
- Serve garnished with fresh raspberries (optional)
For more recipes, check out the Skrewball Whiskey drink recipes website Here
* Skrewball is available for purchase at Kroger, Albertsons, Walmart, Safeway, Rite Aid, Target, CVS, BevMo!, Total Wine and online at Keg N Bottle. Prices for start at $26.99. Also, Skrewball has just released 50ml bottles in time for the holiday season.
ABOUT SKREWBALL WHISKEY
Born in Ocean Beach, California, Skrewball’s story is just as unique as the contents of the bottle. Skrewball started from the passion of a bartender and foodie who owned a local watering hole. His bar and restaurant is known for its band of misfits, black sheep and Skrewballs that have always encouraged the community to join the nightly party—but more importantly, were always there to support the community when anyone needed a helping hand. – Read More
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This Skrewball White Russian recipe is a creamy, smooth cocktail to sip and savor. Full of flavor and a delicious alternative to the standard White Russian cocktail. The addition of Skrewball peanut butter whiskey is warm, rich and a tasty replacement for vodka.
Skrewball White Russian Recipe.
Are you looking for a classy after-dinner drink to enjoy with friends? Then this Skrewball White Russian recipe is the drink for you. It’s also a fantabulous drink for the holidays (or any time really!).
A decadent dessert-like drink that is both creamy and boozy with flavors of coffee and peanut butter.
This Skrewball White Russian is a variation of this popular White Russian drink. The key difference between the two is the type of alcohol used.
Replacing most of the vodka with peanut butter whiskey adds a stronger flavor that mixes luxuriously with the Kahlua coffee liqueur.
What does Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Taste Like?
Open the bottle of Skrewball Whiskey and you’ll immediately smell the aroma of creamy peanut butter. The flavors of peanuts, vanilla and caramel mix together to create a true peanut butter flavor.
Take a sip and you’ll find the warm sensation of whiskey with a lingering after taste of peanut butter.
It’s a rich and sweet concoction that is delicious to sip on straight up over ice or mixed with complimentary mixers.
More Skrewball Whiskey Cocktails to Love
Peanut Butter and Jelly Shot – tastes like a grown up pb&j served with fresh raspberries.
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey and Grape Soda – sweet and flavorful like a peanut butter and grape jelly sandwich.
Peanut Butter Whiskey Jello Shots – fun and tasty grape jello shots made with peanut butter whiskey and topped with chopped peanuts.
More White Russian Cocktail Recipes
Original White Russian Recipe
Rumchata White Russian
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Skrewball White Russian Recipe Ingredients
This recipe includes 4 ingredients and 2 optional garnish ingredients. Here are all the ingredients you’ll need to make this drink:
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey – the star ingredient in a peanut butter White Russian that adds a boozy sweet and nutty flavor.
Kahlua Liqueur – a coffee liqueur made from rum, sugar and coffee.
Vodka – an ode to the original White Russian recipe.
Half & Half or Heavy Whipping Cream – creates the creaminess in this drink.
Creamy Peanut Butter for Garnish (optional) – adds another layer of peanut butter flavor to the rim of the glass.
Coarse Salt for Garnish (optional) – for a salty sweet mix, add coarse salt to the peanut butter rim.
Skrewball White Russian Recipe Ingredients
Skrewball White Russian Recipe Directions
Here are the step-by-step directions to create this delicious Skrewball Whiskey drink.
Step 1: Rim your whiskey glass with creamy peanut butter (optional garnish)
This is actually easier to do with a knife than a spoon, but I used a spoonful of peanut butter in the ingredients photo and used it to rim the glass. So, you don’t need a big spoonful of peanut butter, just put a little bit of peanut butter on a knife to rim the glass.
Step 2: Dip your peanut butter rim in coarse salt to finish off the garnished glass.
I love the salty and sweet mix, but I know this isn’t the flavor for everyone. The salty peanut butter rim is totally optional!
Step 3: To build the pretty layers of a Peanut Butter White Russian, the first ingredient is 2 ounces of Skrewball Whiskey.
Step 4: Next, add 1.5 ounces of Kahlua Liqueur to your lowball glass.
Step 5: A nod to the original recipe, we add .5 ounces of vodka. Just a little extra booze for this boozy drink!
Step 6: Add ice, but don’t fill it all the way to the top because you still need to add the cream.
Step 7: Pour the Half and Half or Heavy Cream on top.
Should you use Half and Half or Heavy Cream? Half and Half is lighter and creamy enough to get the desired cocktail flavors and texture. If you like a creamier drink, go for the Heavy Cream.
Step 8: Stir well and add a few more ice cubes to the top.
This drink is pretty when the layers aren’t mixed together and it is popularly served before it’s stirred. But, before you drink it, you’ll want to mix this Peanut Butter White Russian all together.
This Skrewball White Russian is a rich and creamy peanut butter whiskey drink that’s delightful as an after-dinner cocktail. Sweet peanut butter whiskey, coffee liqueur and cream tastes downright decadent.
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
- 2 oz Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
- 1.5 oz Kahlua Liqueur (coffee liqueur)
- .5 oz Vodka
- 1 oz Half & Half or Heavy Whipping Cream
- Creamy Peanut Butter for rim (optional)
- Coarse Salt for rim (optional)
- Rim a whiskey glass with creamy peanut butter (optional garnish).
- Dip the rim in coarse salt (optional garnish).
- Add Skrewball Whiskey, Kahlua Liqueur and Vodka.
- Add ice.
- Pour in Half & Half or Heavy Cream.
- Add more ice as needed.
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