Food and Drink Itineraries

Renowned for the incredible quality of our food and drink, Scotland is a destination where your clients can enjoy the freshest seafood and best grass-fed meat, a wealth of award-winning whisky and gin, to the infamous haggis and much, much more!

These itineraries will help you plan a Scottish foodie-lovers’ trip that will delight your clients’ taste buds, as they learn about Scottish culture and traditions directly from the Scots who are custodians of our incredible food and drink heritage today.

The options showcased in the itineraries include tasting a world-famous whisky while touring a distillery and hearing the fascinating tales of its history, watching traditional Scottish cheese recipes being made before sampling them, taking a chocolate making workshop, enjoy a Scottish cookery workshop or a field to fork experience on one of our many farms, joining a fun city food and drink tour, or learning how Arbroath Smokies are made and why they’re famous, among many other possibilities.

Your clients could even take a farm tour and meet some of our iconic Highland cows – one of the most sought-after photo and selfie opportunities on a Scottish trip!

Fresh Crab Picnic on Rackwick Beach, Orkney

A Flavour of Three Cities Itinerary – Edinburgh, Dundee and Glasgow – 4 Days

A Taste of Scotland Itinerary – Perthshire, Aberdeenshire, Dundee, Fife and Edinburgh – 3 Days

Cairngorms National Park – Food & drink and feeling local – 4 Days

Farm Experiences Itinerary – 4 Days

Food and Drink Sample Itinerary – Angus, Perthshire, Ayrshire and Glasgow – 3 Days

Food & Drink Sample Itinerary- Glasgow, Stirling, Perthshire, Dundee and Angus – 3 Days

Scotland’s Tay Country – Food and Drink  – 4 days

Whisky Focussed Itinerary – 4 Days