People adore the Scottish kilt. Traditionally worn by men and boys on special occasions, such as weddings, this knee-length garment usually has a tartan design and is very comfortable. It originates in the 16th-century Scottish Highlands and is known as the national dress of Scotland.
The sporran is a purse in which you can store money, keys or other items. It is often worn with a kilt and is decorated with metal emblems or tassels. It makes for a great Scottish souvenir.
The only place that you can buy authentic Scottish tea is in Scotland itself. Served up with some scones or toast, it makes for a great start to the morning. It’s also a good complement to a traditional afternoon tea. Don’t forget to purchase some authentic Scottish tea to take home!
Scottish Heather Honey
Scottish heather honey from the Highlands is sure to be a hit with your family and friends. This fragrant honey is a great addition to sweets or tea. Spread it on toast, and it will fill you up until lunch. Grab a bottle of this authentic honey on your next visit!
This classic small drinking bowl makes an ideal souvenir or a gift for special occasions, such as weddings, birthdays, christenings or even for a Christmas present. Most are made of wood or silver and are often engraved with special messages for loved ones.