We have collaborated with Lavender Wind Farm in Coupeville on the north end of the Island, to create this stunning, local melody of flavors.
After retiring, Bev Heising and her husband, Steve, were far from retiring from life. Instead, they bought some land, learned a ton, and started a brand new business doing something they’d never done before – making distilled spirits!
This cocktail recipe is sweet, simple, and easy to fall in love with. Perfect to brighten up your day or share with someone you love.
This year’s tour includes, Whidbey Island Distillery, Mutiny Bay Distillery, Holmes Harbor Cellars, Spoiled Dog Winery, Comforts of Whidbey, and Blooms Winery. Each offers locally handcrafted spirits or wine which are paired with some of Whidbey Island's finest chocolate creations.
‘Twas the night before Christmas… and it’s time to set out a big glass of Santa’s Milk. This riff on a classic white Russian will put you right in the Christmas “spirit.”
With all the wind, it’s been plenty cold. Add on the upcoming holiday, and you deserve a chance to relax, get cozy, and enjoy a nice Christmas drink. This twist on a Russian Mule will warm you through and through.
Sweeten up the winter season with a bit of Whidbey Island Distillery Boysenberry! The sweetness of this drink is a perfect match for the bitter chocolate. You may even wish to add a sprinkle of kosher salt.
It’s time to get a little spooky for Halloween with your very own witches brew! As with all good witches brews, it’s easy to customize to show your spooky spirit.
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.