Seattle Taste Tours

Daily Adventures for Your Taste Buds

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Feast Your eyes


Washington State grows some of the freshest ingredients in the country.  75% of the hops in the US are grown in Washington and the region is home to literally hundreds of craft breweries and distilleries.  Cider has reemerged as a the fastest growing hard beverage in the US and Seattle is home to many cider makers. Agricultural regions to the North of Seattle in the Skagit Valley thrive in the rich soil nourished by meltwater from the North Cascades.  If you're up for a more relaxed tour that pampers your taste buds, check out our offerings below.  

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Seattle Premium Distillery Tasting Tour

USD $95/Adult | $540/Groups of 6

Length 4.5 hrs

Tour 3 local Seattle craft distilleries.  We include door-to-door transportation by designated driver, a chance to meet the people behind these incredible spirits, tasting fees, and gourmet snacks. If you buy one bottle at any of the distilleries we visit, and we'll refund you $10 in cash. 

Seattle Hard Cider Tasting Tour

USD $95/Adult | $540/Groups of 6

Length 4.5 hrs

Seattle's only hard cider circuit takes you from a new nano cidery, to the cider factory floor and even an eclectic cider bar. Complete with full tasting flights at 3 cideries, door-to-door transportation, a chance to meet the cider makers and gourmet snacks make this tour a celebration of America's original favorite hard beverage.  

Seattle Craft Brewery Tour

USD $95/Adult | $540/Groups of 6

Length 4.5 hrs

Washington state is home to hundreds of breweries.  We've crafted our brewery tour so you can come away having tasted the regional essentials.  This tour features full tasting flights at no fewer than 3 breweries, a chance to meet the brew masters, gourmet snacks, door-to-door transportation and a designated driver.  

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Wine & Food Tour

USD $109/Adult | $89/Child

Length 10 hrs

Throughout April, the Skagit Valley's fields burst with a riot of color during the annual Tulip Festival.  While best known for the Tulip Festival, the Skagit Valley is also home to incredibly fresh ingredients and food.  You’ll get “skip-the-line” access to both main tulip festival areas, enjoy a stop for lunch in the gorgeous seaside town of La Conner, and round out the afternoon with local wine tasting, hand-crafted cheeses and locally baked bread before returning to Seattle.

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