Whidbeys Loganberry Liqueur

It was in 1792 that Master Joseph Whidbey of of Bristish ROyal Navy discouvered a myterious island on the northwest coast of America. The picturesque jewel island was named after Whidbey and the surrounding body of water after his lieutenant Peter Puget. The Puget Sound. The unique conditions of Whidbey Island, such as soft summer rains, warm ocean breezes and fertile soil, combine to produce the plumpest, richest, most flavorful Loganberries in the World.