• Scottish Fruit Company

    This company picks, trades and forages in orchards, gardens and wild places seeking out Scotland’s natural fruit. Danya uses her skills and passion to create wonderful medieval flavours and natural tastes from our food heritage using old varietals to create cordials and fruit cheeses. A fascinating venture resulting in delicious tastes. The Read more [...]

  • Demijohn

    A “liquid deli” encompassing an alchemy of selected oils, vinegars, liqueurs and spirits, all displayed in flasks to taste and savour. Demijohn is constantly launching wonderfully inspired seasonal liqueurs to enjoy – the perfect gift and always look gorgeous on display – with oranges, brambles, sloes, whiskies and rum…so imaginative Read more [...]

  • Cranachan and Crowdie

    Welcome to our latest Member (January 2019) This picture postcard emporium for fine Scottish food and tipples is a must on any trip to Scotland and a great place to shop, for tourists and locals alike. Located in the heart of Old Edinburgh on the route from Castle to Palace and Read more [...]

  • Guild of Baxters

    The Incorporation of Bakers “Baxters’ of the City of Edinburgh is one of the Edinburgh Trades – existing since mediaeval times to promote the interests of specialist crafts and skills. The Incorporation of Bakers is now attracting new members and wants to help and promote high quality baking in Edinburgh. Given Read more [...]

  • ScotBeer Tours

    Discover Scotland through Learning about its Beer – a wonderful innovative company offering tours based in and around Glasgow and Edinburgh: Walking Tours, Brewery Tours and Tastings. They will also welcome enquiries for bespoke tours across Scotland so click on their website for further details and to view the super Read more [...]

  • East Coast Cured

    East Coast Cured is real charcuterie, as it should be – locally sourced and high welfare produce expertly handled using as much of the meat as possible, showing great respect for the produce. Their salamis, bresaolas, pancettas, and whole cuts from belly to back are fast becoming the must-have on charcuterie Read more [...]

  • Prestonfield Rhubarb

    Prestonfield was built in 1687 for Sir James Dick, Lord Provost of Edinburgh from 1679 to 1681 during which time he used his own money to clean up the filthy streets of Edinburgh. The by-product was spread on his lands at Prestonfield – no doubt why later it was so Read more [...]