cadee-rye-3c5e5f2f8c7ec6109190d93a8b00773b6a6edee1If you don’t live in the Pacific Northwest, you’ve probably never heard of Whidbey Island. But Whidbey, like the rest of Washington State, is slowly making a name for itself in the spirits world. Alongside Whidbey Island Distillery, which opened its doors in 2009, the island is also home to relative newcomer Cadée Distillery.

As discussed in a recent review, Cadée Distillery is a small operation in tiny Clinton, Washington, a community on the southern end of Whidbey Island (or as they call it, “The Isle of Whidbey”). It bills itself as a “Scottish-style” distillery (despite not making any Scottish-style whiskey,…

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