Burn's night. Our Scottish showcase

Celebrating the best of the scottish coastline 25th January from midday, all day

Sláinte Mhath!



Burn’s night is an evening to enjoy Scottish traditions, celebrate the words and poetry of Scotland’s preeminent bard. Here at Faber we won’t be firing up the ovens to create a haggis supper but we will celebrate a number of Scotland’s biggest traditions and products. Whisky and seafood. 



Scotland has 11,602 two miles of wonderful shoreline and boasts some of the best fish and shellfish in the world. From the Islands in the West with famed Island whiskies and fjord like inlets, the dramatic northern coastline butting up against the North Sea and then onto the northern remote islands famed for shellfish. Scotland is a treat and Burn’s night is a chance to show off ingredients in peak season.



Expect to see on our menu and in season expect to see hand dived Orkney scallops, prime season langoustines, Wrath Bay rock oysters, mackerel, herring, and monkfish. 



Here’s some of our best finds so far from Scotland:

Outline sketch map of Scotland with indicator arrows for each of our suppliers

(1) Dunnet bay distillery, vodka (2) C & A Thomson, rope grown mussels, Shetland (3) Orkney, hand dived scallops, Orkney (4) Jura distillery, whisky, Isle of Jura (5) Cape Wrath, rock oysters, Braemor (6) Talisker distillery, whisky, Isle of Skye (7) Day boat harbour, Peterhead (8) Dark Matter distillery, rum, Banchory (9) Oban distillery, Whisky, Isle of Oban (10) Lochranza distillery, Whisky, Arran (11) Orkney distillery, craft vinegar, Kirkwall


Dura whisky dram

Serves: 1

Make in: 5 minutes

Difficulty: Easy



40ml Jura Winter Edition

10ml fresh lemon juice/fresh orange juice (can squeeze from a fresh orange)

10ml British wild honey

60ml cloudy apple juice

1 x star anise

orange slice

Cinnamon stick



Place all ingredients into a pan and apply low heat, stirring gently until warmed through

Serve in a heat proof tanker or glass and garnish with a cinnamon stick and orange slice.


"We two have paddled in the stream, from morning sun till dine; But seas between us broad have roared since days of long ago."

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