Whidbey Island Distillery’s Award Winning Loganberry Liqueur continues the great northwest legacy of fine liqueurs made from this unique berry. Our family recipe, distillation and aging process results in a bold interpretation of this classic— a liqueur that bursts with warmth and intense flavors, and ends buttery smooth.
Our Loganberry Liqueur is hand-made in small batches by distilling locally produced wines into brandy, followed by aging with the juice and skins of locally grown loganberries.
Recently the Beverage Tasting Institute awarded Loganberry Liqueur the prestigious International Gold Award, stating:
“Garnet color. Exotic aromas of huckleberry jam, pickled watermelon, spiced sour cherry, and orange blossoms with a silky, fruity sweet medium-to-full body and a long, tangy, honeyed dried cherry, praline, suede, and earth accented finish. A unique, flavorful berry liqueur that well-made and delicious.” Rating: 94 points (exceptional)
Loganberry Liqueur is perfect for sipping by itself, but is also a delicious addition to champagne and prosecco, or mixed with blood orange and vodka. It also makes a great stand-in for cranberry juice, when you’re in the mood for something with a little more zing.
Stop by our tasting room, or your local liquor store and try it today! Quantities are extremely limited and sell out fast, so we recommend you call ahead for availability.
Introducing Raspberry Liqueur by Whidbey Island Distillery.
Raspberries love to grow in the temperate climate and fertile soil of the Pacific Northwest. Each Spring brings a bounty of luscious red raspberries to the area, but as summer ends, so does the availability of fresh raspberry flavor – until now.
Each bottle of our Raspberry Liqueur contains nearly a half pound of luscious red raspberries. We infuse these berries with our world class Whidbey Island Distillery Neutral Spirits for up to 8 months, producing a flavorful cordial you can enjoy all year long.
Whidbey Island Distillery’s Raspberry Liqueur – available starting Saturday, Sept 21, 2013, exclusively from our tasting room on Whidbey Island.