Skip Rock Distillers is re-releasing its Blackberry Liqueur and Kasia Winery its Off the Hook rose for Valentine’s Day. (Aaron Swaney)

Skip Rock Distillers is re-releasing its Blackberry Liqueur and Kasia Winery its Off the Hook rose for Valentine’s Day. (Aaron Swaney)

Snohomish distillery and winery team up for Valentine’s Day

Skip Rock Distillers is offering its Blackberry Liqueur, and Kasia Winery its Off the Hook rose.

A Snohomish distillery and winery have teamed up to offer a pair of special releases just in in time for Valentine’s Day.

On Feb. 14, Skip Rock Distillers will re-release its Blackberry Liqueur, and Kasia Winery is releasing its Off the Hook rose.

Skip Rock, an award-winning small batch distillery, made its Blackberry Liqueur from Washington-grown blackberries sourced from the same farms that supply the raspberries for its Raspberry Liqueur.

Skip Rock also makes Nocino, Spiced Apple and Coffee liqueurs. The Blackberry Liqueur will be available at Skip Rock’s tasting room Thursday through Saturday.

Off the Hook rose is a blend of Red Mountain-sourced fruit and features syrah and cabernet sauvignon grapes, giving it aromas of fresh-picked strawberries, cranberries and juicy peaches.

Kasia Winery, a small boutique winery with tasting rooms in Snohomish and Leavenworth, will offer its Off the Hook rose in both tasting rooms starting Thursday.

Skip Rock’s Blackberry Liqueur is $29.95 and the rose is $25.

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