Haggis Making and Tasting
Wednesday and Saturdays
10.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm and 4:30 pm
Duration: 75 mins
Adult – £18
Children (3-12 years) – £12
Children 2 years and under free
20 guests max (no minimum)
If you were asked to list as many classic Scottish dishes as you could, what would come top? A random selection of Scots were asked the same question. All came out with the same answer – haggis, haggis and more haggis.
Yes, Scotland is a land of haggis lovers. Unsurprising, you might think. After all, it is not every dish that has its day. (Just try and host a Burns Supper around January 25 without serving a magnificent ceremonial haggis.)
So you cannot live in Scotland or travel around this country without discovering more about how haggis is made, and most importantly, how it tastes.
Our Make and Taste events are fun for all ages, full of banter as well as stories from history and folklore. Don’t just take our word for it, read what our customers say.
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What to expect
In this Haggis Making Demonstration and Taster, set on a working sheep farm, you will discover all that you need to know about haggis and enjoy its unique flavours.
What to expect:
- Experience a master class in Scottish haggis making with an expert local chef
- Learn about the origins of haggis and why it is so delicious
- Enjoy a taster of delicious handmade haggis
(Vegetarian haggis option available as standard, vegan & gluten free options by arrangement)
The Haggis Experience is Good to Go!
The safety of our customers, guides and chefs are of the utmost importance to us and we are taking steps to make sure that Scotland continues to be safe for everyone.
This means we have extended venue so that we able to accommodate guests at a safe distance, in a well-ventilated, outdoor undercover space.
It would be great to see you this year.
… the perfect Scottish experience for my French boyfriend
… thoroughly enjoyed myself
Warm homely welcome …
A fun experience
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COMING IN 2022
Discover how to make, cook and present haggis then sit down to eat with your fellow cooks on a working farm near Stirling, Scotland.