A Flavour of Scotland just in time for Christmas

To celebrate St. Andrew’s Day, we have scoured the brand-new Silversurfers Shop to bring you a flavour of Scotland.

Whether looking to send ideal food and drink gifts, follow on the trail of ‘Outlander’ or top up your knowledge on all things Scotland, here are 9 solutions available to order just in time for Christmas!

Dean’s Divine Tin Collection

A rather divine starting selection (if we do not say so ourselves!) is one from Dean’s of shortbread fame.

The Dean’s Divine Tin Collection combines traditional flavours with delicious-sounding twists including Salted Caramel with Apple and Black Forest Gateaux!

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Scottish Books Pack

Top up the trivia and learn about some of Scotland’s great-unsung heroes with an essential Scottish Books Pack.

Whether learning about the inspiration behind the iconic novel, Treasure Island, or discovering quirky facts about Scotland’s people, history and culture, this is an excellent Scottish gift that may well make an appearance on Christmas Day.

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Glasgow Gin

Distilled in the heart of Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow Gin is made to a special recipe.

Decorated with a design of the iconic Duke of Wellington statue, often spotted enjoying the sun with a traffic cone on his head, Glasgow Gin is fresh and fruity, offering a twist on the traditional gin experience.

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Leith Gin

Crisp, smooth and brewed in one of the most stylish parts of Edinburgh, Leith Gin consists of different botanicals sourced from around the world, resulting in a careful balance of citrus and juniper.

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Outlander Country Pack

The perfect treat for fans of the global TV sensation or those simply interested in Scotland’s long and fascinating history, the Outlander Country Pack couples insightful exploration with beautiful visuals from across Scotland.

As well as an unofficial guide to the show, the pack arrives complete with a calendar put together from the award-winning team behind The Scots Magazine, one of the oldest-running magazines in the world!

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Steven Brown Art Collection

A wonderful keepsake with delicious, sealed away contents, Dean’s Steven Brown Art Collection is an excellent gift option.

Featuring the attention-grabbing designs of Scots artist, Steven Brown, your chosen recipient will also enjoy delicious Dean’s original recipe shortbread!

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Walkers Aberlour Hamper 

Featuring a mixture of Walkers favourites, the Aberlour Hamper is the perfect way to send friends and loved ones a wonderful taste of Scotland this winter. 

Different included treats range from Petticoat Tails Shortbread to the ever-essential biscuits for cheese. 

However, we are just scratching surface of this popular hamper – a nod to Walkers’ origins in the scenic Speyside region of Scotland. 

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Auld Acquaintance Whisky

Auld Acquaintance is expertly created by a Master Blender using some of the finest whiskies in Scotland, toast to acquaintances old and new with a special, limited edition, dram!

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Christmas Gin Collection

Based in Angus, Scotland, The Gin Bothy have carefully put together the perfect Christmas gift for the gin lover in your life.

Four festive gins, all hand-bottled containing all-natural flavours, the Christmas Gin Collection showcases a variety of ingredients sourced locally around one of Scotland’s most beautiful regions.

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Find the Perfect Gift

Browse our huge range of gifts over at the brand-new Silversurfers Shop, today. Click here to start exploring.

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