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25 Scottish food and drink experiences you have to try before you die

While Scotland has some amazing scenery and landscapes, we also have a thriving food and drink scene that goes way beyond the myths of the deep fried mars bar.

From Michelin Starred restaurants, award-winning chippies to ancient pubs and picture perfect distilleries, these are the top 25 food and drink experiences to try before you die.

One of Scotlands oldest, family-run fruit farms in the Scottish Borders, Border Berries grow all of their fruit outside with no heating or polytunnels. Situated on the A699, the farm also has a caf and picnic area.

1. Go wild berry picking the the Borders

One of Scotlands oldest, family-run fruit farms in the Scottish Borders, Border Berries grow all of their fruit outside with no heating or polytunnels. Situated on the A699, the farm also has a caf and picnic area.
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In a bid to save their traditional red phone box, local girls Holly Ford and Bron Campbell open a tiny cake shop - Cakes in the Call Box. Located in Cladich, Argyll, visitors can pick what they like and pay via an honesty box.

2. Visit Cakes in the Call Box

In a bid to save their traditional red phone box, local girls Holly Ford and Bron Campbell open a tiny cake shop - Cakes in the Call Box. Located in Cladich, Argyll, visitors can pick what they like and pay via an honesty box.
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This family-friendly day out wouldnt be complete without indulging in luxurious dairy Cream o' Galloway Ice Cream and trying Finlay's Farmhouse Cheese.

3. Visit Cream o Galloway

This family-friendly day out wouldnt be complete without indulging in luxurious dairy Cream o' Galloway Ice Cream and trying Finlay's Farmhouse Cheese.
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The most northerly chippie in Scotland, Frankies Fish and Chips in Shetland won the UKs No.1 Fish and Chip Shop in 2015.

4. Enjoy fish and chips from the most northerly chippy

The most northerly chippie in Scotland, Frankies Fish and Chips in Shetland won the UKs No.1 Fish and Chip Shop in 2015.
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