Scottish Christmas and Hogmanay Celebrations

Getting together with friends at Hogmanay

Scottish Christmas traditions are, maybe surprisingly, not so traditional. Curious to find out why? In this episode of the podcast we are having a slightly different vibe as we are talking all things Christmas and Hogmanay in Scotland.  I share some of the traditions around this time of year, we hear from a good friend […]

Thirsty in Aberdeenshire

A new way to quench your thirst in Aberdeenshire Today we meet with Claire Rennie, founder of and Head of Fizz at Summerhouse drinks.  Claire started her soft drinks company back in 2014 which was followed shortly by Walter Gregor Tonics.  One of the first Scottish made, all natural ingredient tonics. Claire and her team […]

Food & Drink Tourism in the North East of Scotland

Cullen home of the Cullen Skink

Discovering Food & Drink in the North East of Scotland Calum Lockerbie- Owner / Guide Food and drink tourism is a growing activity in Aberdeenshire and the North East of Scotland.  Food is a wonderful way to get under the skin of a place and learn more about an area’s culture and people through the […]

Culinary Aberdeenshire

Aberdeen’s culinary prowess Aberdeen is emerging as a foodie destination in Scotland.  Not only is the region a top producer of high quality food & drink but we also have a select few restaurants which are listed or come recommended by the Michelin Guide!  One restaurant which is recommended by the guide is The Rothesay […]

Agriculture & Food and more

Aberdeenshire’s Agriculture and Food production Alasdair Brodie is a Blue Badge Guide for Scotland with a live long passion for Agriculture, Whisky and Highlands Games.  In this episode of our Visit the North East of Scoltand Podcast, Alasdair talks about how Aberdeenshire was transformed from rough grazing land to a very productive agricultural region producing […]

Food & Drink Tourism

Food & Drink Tourism

Food & Drink experiences in Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire The trend of food and drink tourism is growing and there is demand for getting a real taste of Scotland.  No longer are the castles, whisky and history of Scotland the main reasons for visitors to travel.  Aberdeenshire is a strong contributor to food production in Scotland […]