Take it easy with this perfectly classic aperitif. Raspberry and citrus hit the senses first, with a delicate hint of licorice in the back.
Whidbey Island Distillery is looking for Island picked Blackberries.
The largest of the islands arranging Washington’s Island County, Whidbey sits in the north Puget Sound, touting beaches, farmland and rolling hills, with a bounty of national parks, freshwater lakes and coastal towns teeming with prized seafood and agricultural gems. An easy day-trip but well-worth the overnight, Whidbey Island is the culinary interlude you need when the city just can’t abide. The island is rich in bed and breakfasts and small inns that book up quickly so, like in most of life, it’s best to plan ahead.
Load up the car, you’re heading to the heart of Island County.
Relax on a hot summer's day with a big glass of blackberry Italian soda. Perfectly pairing the sharp sweet tang of a blackberry with the light bubble of an Italian soda. Fresh blackberries make for the perfect garnish.
Bring the beautiful summer sunshine right to your glass.
Here's a riff on the classic Old Fashion Cocktail. Perfectly pairing our Berry Liqueur with Bunker Rye Whiskey.
Whidbey Island, home of scenic vistas, rolling farmland, succulent Penn Cove mussels and some of the best wines and spirits in the state. For two weekends during the month of February, five venues on Whidbey will offer samples of their finest hand crafted wine and spirits along with special chocolate confections. Treat your valentine to a romantic getaway to enjoy the spirits, sights and serenity of Whidbey Island. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 days of. Ticket price includes complimentary souvenir wine glass.
You can purchase your tickets HERE
We are pleased to share with you, the second release of Whidbey Island Distilleries Youngblood series, our Oak Aged Loganberry. We have taken our world class Loganberry Liqueur and aged it on Bunker Rye Whiskey Oak for over 6 months.
Whidbey Island Distillery is seeking an outgoing, responsible and a self-motivated team player for our sales and production facility.
When the Heising family purchased a batch still and installed it in a distinctive structure they dubbed “The Bunker,” which is built into a hillside on an island in Washington’s Puget Sound, it was the beginning of Whidbey Island Distillery.
This Boysenberry liqueur was finished on oak slates that Whidbey Island Distillery uses to age their Whidskey. Sitting on oak for four months. The result is something that will keep you warm all winter.