Delicious Hebridean Specialities
Free Range Eggs from the croft at Air an Lot
Stag Bakeries award-winning Stornoway Seaweed Biscuits. Finely balanced Hebridean Seaweed and sea salt add a unique taste of the Islands to these Stornoway Water Biscuits, Oatcakes and Shortbread. The Water Biscuits won three gold stars and Top 50 status in the 2013 Great Taste Awards and more honours at the Speciality Food Fair.
Fresh bread and bakery products from Maclean's Bakery
Try their authentic Hebridean Oatcakes
Charley Barley's Famous Stornoway Black Pudding
Produced from a family recipe on the Isle of Lewis, Charles Macleod Stornoway black pudding is famous throughout the world as a ‘taste of the islands’.
Loch Duart Smoked Salmon
From South Uist, this is hot-smoked flaky smoked salmon with a unique taste and texture.
Highland Fine Cheeses: Crowdie
Crowdie is a Scottish cheese, often eaten with oatcakes, and recommended before a ceilidh as it is said to alleviate the effects of whisky-drinking. The texture is soft and crumbly, the taste slightly sour. Like cottage cheese it is very low in fat, being made from skimmed milk.
Barratlantic, Namara and Killin seafoods
A selection of fish products from Hebridean seas, presented in a variety of ways. Including langoustines, crab, haddock, and scampi, as available.
Direct from one of the last traditional artisan fish smokers in Scotland, at the heart of the Hebrides herring industry.
Please note all products are subject to availability