Sweet and savory bursts of blueberry deliciousness. They go great in cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and salmon garnishes. Made using Reubel and Stanley berries, which are smaller and have a stronger flavor that can stand up to pickling, and yet still supply sweet and savory flavor bursts with each bite.
Bow Hill Blueberries – This small family owned blueberry farm is located in the heart of the Skagit Valley. It is the oldest family run blueberry farm in Skagit County. While other farms have torn out their heirloom bushes for varieties conducive to machine picking, Harley and Susan Soltes decided to stay small, and to carefully attend to each of their 4500 bushes, converting them to Certified Organic. They studied the characteristics of each of the four varieties they grow, and utilize each in different value added products that best allow each berry to shine.
Bow Hill Blueberries are very much like Lummi Island Wild. They do not deal in commodity quantities, but like us harvest the berries BY HAND, something all but unheard of in 2017. By their careful handling and stewardship, they allow us to experience the very best that a blueberry can be.