We have been listed on the Tourist Inspiration website as inspired purveyors of fine Scottish food, drink & gifts.
It’s been almost five years since we visited Tunnock’s in Uddingston (near Glasgow) and met Boyd Tunnock while on an amazing tour of the factory, but I remember it like it was yesterday.
Next time you pop into the shop ask me to describe how the famous caramel wafers are made because it’s truly by hand!
Fiona spoke with Mark Ellwood from Condé Nast Traveller about Scotland’s love affair with candy and our wee obsession with sugar.
If you’re like us, climbing tall buildings and hills around Edinburgh isn’t always at the top of your To Do list.
Here’s an exciting opportunity to change that!
The Monumental Challenge is an invite to local Edinburghers between October 8 and December 8 2016 to climb all 430 steps to the top of the Scott Monument on Princes Street and Nelson Monument on Calton Hill.
With us so far?
Register your success at the top of both by getting your ticket stamped and be automatically entered to win an exclusive package of experiences including…ta da…a £100 shopping spree at Cranachan & Crowdie.
Very cool, right?!
Here are the details for the Monumental Challenge.
The List has welcomed Cranachan & Crowdie to Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile with a shout out about the authenticity of their range of Scottish food and drink products.
Word of mouth is the easiest way to uncover truly local shops, sometimes off the beaten track or still in the early stage of business. We always ask friends for their recommendations when we plan a short break in Europe because we trust them…and they’ve already done the research.
We have been included in The Telegraph’s piece about Edinburgh Shopping and it’s worth scrolling through the entire list of 30 independent shops to reach us at #24 and Pinnies & Poppyseeds at #31. We love it when our fans save the best for last.
Happy shopping in Edinburgh!