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Scottish Tasty Delights

Updated: Mar 10

Over the years Scotland has gained a reputation for its well-known fizzy soft drink Irn Bru to its historical and traditional dish Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties. Which is eaten on January 25th to celebrate Burns Night. Here are some of Scotland's tasty delights you might not have heard of and are worth giving a go!

Irn Bru Made in Girders ©Irn Bru

Tasty Delights To Try in Scotland

Forfar Bridie

The Scottish meat pastry originates from the town of Forfar. Today you can enjoy it as a takeaway snack from the family bakery - McLaren & Sons. Who has been making this delicious beef, onion, and seasoned snack since 1893? Did you know that an application had been lodged in 2015 for protected food name status? You can now be guaranteed that the savory snack will be authentic in both the EU and the UK.

Forfar Bridie at McLaren & Sons Bakery ©MDHarding

Arbroath Smokies

The Arbroath Smokies are a type of smoked Haddock, originating in Arbroath. The process of smoking the fish dates back to the early 20th century when the first Auchmithie fishermen started to settle in Arbroath. The smell and taste are just mouth-watering!

Arbroath Smokie ©MDHarding