Scotland, a Culinary Journey through Edinburgh & the Highlands

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Eat your way through Scotland and the Highlands with Global Palate Adventures

Join Global Palate Adventures in Scotland, a Culinary Journey through Edinburgh & the Highlands! We’ll taste our way through local markets in Scotland’s historic capital, Edinburgh, home to the medieval Old Town. The elegant Georgian New Town is peppered with gardens and neoclassical buildings. We’ll explore Scottish culinary traditions as well as the emerging food scene of this vibrant city. As we journey through the stunning scenery of the Highlands, you’ll learn the folklore of the ancient Scottish clans while meeting local producers and chefs. Learn about the history and complexities of Scotch whisky as we sip and taste our way through the Highlands and the Lowlands.

Edinburgh and the Highlands, a Culinary Journey – Itinerary Highlights:

We will embark on a walking food tour through the charming streets of Edinburg’s Old Town. Along the way, indulge in classic haggis, creamy cheese, and traditional afternoon tea. Immerse yourself in the local lowland whisky scene and discover the best Scottish cuisine sourced from independent suppliers. But our adventure doesn’t stop there.

We’ll venture into the magnificent UNESCO-listed Georgian New Town, where history meets modernity. Then, we’ll meander through the vibrant Stockbridge village, soaking in its lively atmosphere.

After savouring the flavours of Edinburgh, it’s time for a culinary experience like no other as we journey to the highlands. Prepare to be dazzled with a cooking demonstration featuring wine and whisky pairings. Indulge in a delectable lunch and treat yourself to a visit to a world-famous chocolatier.

Next, we’re off to uncover the mysteries of Loch Ness. Embark on a morning cruise across the legendary waters, keeping your eyes peeled for the elusive Nessie. Then, explore the Urquhart Castle, steeped in history and intrigue. To top off our journey, we’ll visit Glen Ord Distillery on the edge of the Black Isle, where you’ll discover the secrets of whisky-making. Before bidding farewell to the Scottish countryside, we’ll make one last stop at a third-generation farm shop. Here, everything is made on the premises, from hearty soups and sandwiches to jams and sweet treats. It’s a fitting end to our culinary odyssey before returning to the bustling streets of Edinburgh.

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