A Burns’ Night Celebration
Every January 25, Scots celebrate their most famous bard, Robert Burns. The first Burns’ night was held by his friends to honor his memory in 1801 and is still celebrated over 220 years later! Although the current COVID-19 pandemic is still challenging social events and get-togethers, you can still celebrate Burns Night at home. You… Continue reading
Burns Night Cranachan Recipe
January 25 marks the birthday of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns (January 25, 1759-July 21, 1796). in what’s known as Burns Night. Each year Scottish people in Scotland and around the world celebrate the bard by reading his written works, drinking whisky, and enjoying a Burns Supper. Burns Supper usually consists of haggis, neeps and… Continue reading
Bring On Burns Night!
Burns Night is an annual celebration of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns (January 25, 1759-July 21, 1796). Burns Night takes place on the poet’s birthday when many Scottish people celebrate the life of Robert Burns by holding a scrumptious dinner known as Burns Supper. How it came to be was back in 1801 when… Continue reading
8 Things to Know About Scotland and Tea
Northern Lights, kilts, bagpipes, and haggis aren’t the only things Scotland is known for. There’s William Wallace (comically portrayed by Mel Gibson), Mary (cousin of Elizabeth I, who imprisoned and eventually beheaded her), and tea. Time for some more details, especially about that last item, but also about other things to know (just in case… Continue reading
Scotland and Tea
Is it a coincidence that a number of key figures from tea history hail from Scotland? Perhaps so and perhaps not, but it’s true. Take for instance the man who gave the tea world what might be one of its most recognizable names – Sir Thomas Lipton. Several decades before Lipton became a household name… Continue reading
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