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What is Burns Night & Burns Supper?

Monday, 4th of January 2021

Every year on the 25th of January in Scotland, we celebrate Burns Night. A day that is traditionally full of haggis, whisky and poetry, you may be wondering what the origins of Burns Night are and what constitutes a Burns Supper. In this blog post, we will

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A Guide to Enjoying Hogmanay in 2020

Wednesday, 2nd of December 2020

Hogmanay is a unique Scottish tradition that sees millions of people flocking to cities all over Scotland to ring in the new year. Hogmanay is what Scots call New Year's Eve - 31 December - the big night that marks the arrival of the new year. Its origins

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Why do we Celebrate The Burning of the Clavie?

Friday, 10th of January 2020

What is so special about the 11th of January in Scotland? Well, on this day, The Burning of the Clavie takes place. This ceremony was once declared as ‘superstitious, idolatrous and sinful’ and ‘an abominable heathenish practice’ but has since become

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Create Your Own Burns Night Food Hamper

Tuesday, 10th of January 2017

The January blues may be slowly creeping in, but with Burn’s Night just around the corner, the perfect Scottish feast gives us all something to look forward to. Including the traditional Haggis and more contemporary treats that the whole family can enjoy,

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The Whisky Room

Monday, 14th of November 2016

Taking inspiration from the finest luxury whisky tasting lounges in Scotland, we’ve travelled across the country to bring you the finest collections of whisky for our own Whisky Room.

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