• Baxters

    Be different. Be better. The words of George Baxter encapsulate such a simple principle, yet they laid the foundations for the Scottish family business that has spanned four generations.

  • Argyll Coffee Roasters

    Argyll Coffee Roasters is a speciality coffee roaster based in Argyll. They love coffee and source the finest beans from around the world and roast them by hand at their roastery in Tighnabruaich on Argyll's Secret Coast.

  • Blackthorn

    It’s not only the unique taste of Blackthorn’s Scottish Sea Salt Flakes, but the innovative method of creation that captures people’s attention. Once described as “A cross between Willy Wonka and Noah’s Ark” by television chef James Martin.

  • Clootie McToot

    Clootie McToot’s founder's inspiration, desire and passion for Scottish cooking was ignited when her son asked her to bake for his school fete. Using only the freshest ingredients, each dumpling is made using a generations-old family recipe.

  • Darach

    Hand-crafted in the Highlands of Scotland, every single Darach product is made from vintage oak whisky barrels, sourced from Highland and Speyside distilleries. Each piece is unique and is a blend of tradition, durability, beauty and fine design.

  • Glencairn

    A family-run business, Glencairn Crystal always deliver the highest quality without compromise and are the proud creators of the world's favourite whisky glass, as well as other crystal glassware made from the best possible materials.

  • Glenrinnes Distillery

    In the hills of Moray, Glenrinnes Distillery produces premium gin and vodka using organic ingredients, a water source on the family-run estate and that is inspired by the botanicals that grow naturally in the surrounding landscape.

  • Highland Chocolatier

    Iain Burnett, the Highland Chocolatier, uses only natural, fresh ingredients. The exquisite charm of Highland Chocolatier is the care and attention that goes into each and every chocolate.

  • Ishga

    The word 'ishga' originates from the Scottish Gaelic word for water. From the wild waters surrounding the Hebridean islands, Ishga sustainably harvest four different types of seaweed by hand.

  • Island Bakery

    Renowned for its wild and unspoilt landscapes, the Isle of Mull is a welcome place for all. Birthplace of the Island Bakery, the environmentally friendly bakery uses electricity generated by the wind and water from the nearby stream.

  • Kinalba

    Cashmere and textiles have always been at the heart of the Scottish Borders. Once a booming - and world-famous - industry, Kinalba is on a mission to preserve this legacy by bringing it into the modern era.

  • Kinloch Anderson

    At the heart of Edinburgh and the tartan industry for over 150 years. Spanning six generations of family ownership, Kinloch Anderson has never stopped innovating and creating tartan designs.

  • Peppermongers

    Big about flavour, Peppermongers in Ayr are gourmet pepper specialists, travelling the world to find the best peppers, including the world's highest grade Tellicherry Black Pepper from the hills of the Western Ghats, Kerala.

  • Supernature

    Every drop of infused oil is produced on Supernature's family farm, which has been held for five generations. The cold Scottish air, long daylight hours and plentiful rain make the perfect climate for rapeseed.

  • The Little Herb Farm

    Made by hand in small batches on the outskirts of St Andrews, The Little Herb Farm's sweet, fruity and herbal vinegars are made using home-grown and locally-sourced ingredients ensuring the highest quality and deliciousness every 'thyme'.

  • The Scottish Bee Company

    Gaining many awards for their range of honey, The Scottish Bee Company always has the environment and people in mind, using recycled or recyclable packaging and sourcing ethical honey, beeswax and scents and always striving to learn more.

  • The Wee Scottish Cider Company

    Bursting with flavour and a depth of fruit intensity using freshly pressed apples from the walled gardens of castles across the North East of Scotland, Seidear from The Wee Scottish Cider Company is something different. It’s not cider; it’s Seidear.

  • Trakke

    Since Alec and Trakke first started producing canvas bags and accessories, the concept has remained the same: to provide wax canvas products that look fantastic, are sustainably sourced, Scottish-made and last forever.

  • Uisge Source

    Experts recommend adding water from the same source as the whisky, or water with the same chemistry. Uisge Source waters come from specially selected private springs close to the leading distilleries in each of the main Scotch whisky regions.