A Taste of Scotland’s Foodie Trails

A Taste of Scotland’s Foodie Trails

Year of Food & Drink 2015

Did you know that Scotland produces a vast array of delicious food and drink produce – from smoked fish to hearty Aberdeen Angus beef, or sweet chocolate and refreshing real ale?

A Taste of Scotland’s Foodie Trails is a brand new eBook offering you a true taste of Scotland – choose a trail or pick an area, and plan a trip around producers, markets, events and much more!

Scotland has a lot of produce to offer, particularly in the Year of Food & Drink 2015. So what are you waiting for? Whether you’re hungry for breakfast, lunch, dinner or all – you can enjoy a menu of delicious food topped off with refreshing drinks.

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Arbroath Smokies

According to legend, the very first Arbroath Smokies came about entirely by accident. It is said that one night in the village of Auchmithie, a store caught fire with barrels of salted haddock inside. The charred barrels were recovered and inside the cooked and surprisingly tasty haddocks were discovered!

Seafood from the Loch Fyne Restaurant & Oyster Bar

As well as a restaurant, the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar has its own smokehouse and well-stocked deli featuring an impressive seafood counter. The business overlooks the clear waters of Loch Fyne, Scotland’s longest sea loch, where oysters, mussels and other produce are sourced from.

Iain Burnett, Highland Chocolatier, Legends of Grandtully

Iain Burnett the Highland Chocolatier was winner of the Great British Salted Chocolate Challenge in 2014 with his Salted Raspberry with Szechuan Pepper Salt chocolate. Visit the shop and café in Perthshire to discover more tasty creations.

A glass of whisky

Whether you’re already a whisky lover or are still to sample your first dram, the Malt Whisky Trail is the perfect way to learn all you need to know about the art of whisky creation, as well as discover a few fascinating facts along the way.

Find all this and more in our new A Taste of Scotland’s Foodie Trails eBook!

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