Scotland is well-known for Burns Night and Hogmanay, as such food and drink in Aberdeen is often a time of celebration. With special events and food experiences taking place alongside regular food markets. As well of course as all the bars, cafes and restaurants that are open all year round, serving up an array of international cuisine.
When it comes to laying claim to the best Scottish whisky, there are a number of brands to choose from. As well as some lesser-known, regional favourites. As such if you’re visiting Scotland, then why not book a distillery tour and discover a “wee dram” for yourself.
If you’re taking a food tour of the UK, there’s plenty of traditional food to try in Scotland. Some of which come from fish and cattle native to the region, others from family recipes handed down through the generations.