Burns Night is celebrated in Scotland on the 25th January commemorating the birthday of our National Bard.
Who will you be eating your Haggis, Neeps and Tatties with this year!
Burns Night is always packed full of traditions which makes it the perfect night to celebrate the Scottish Bard, Robert Burns. lots of singing, dancing, bagpipe music, and sharing poems and stories late into the night.
Tartan is always worn to Burns Suppers and the Haggis is dressed to impress too! it also has it's own toast as it's cut open.

 Robert Burns was passionate about poems and Whisky. His  inspiring songs and poetry have touched many hearts and influenced thousands of people around the globe. You've most likely raised your voice in a chorus of Auld Lang Syne at least once or twice.

Here are 10 facts you may not know about Burns courtesy of  Visit Scotland

Don't forget we have all the glassware to help you celebrate Burns Night in style!
We can supply you with anything you need including some of our Burns Night Favourites;

Angels' Share Iconic Spirit Glasses
Our handcrafted oak stave with mini glass dropper
A Glass Quaich 'cup of Friendship'


 Our own Whisky Tartan is used in most of our gifts sets but we also have individual Whisky & Water tartan products which might evoke your "Scottishness". Here we are with another Scottish legend Karen Gillan, movie star and famed for her roles in Jumanji and Marvel.  Karen & Helen sporting our Flat Caps and Tartan shawls.  We still have some Key Chains and Hip Flask Covers left and of course our Tartan pocket Droppers make an ideal gift.

karen Gillan