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4 places to celebrate Burns Night 2016 in London

On 25 January, Britain will celebrate the Scottish poet and all-round legend Robert Burns. Here are the best places in London for haggis and firewater this Burns Night

North of the border: Exploring the growth of modern Scottish food

Scotland boasts some of the world’s best produce, but why is it only just appearing our plates? A proud half-Scot reports on the chefs looking to boost the cuisine's reputation beyond fried Mars bars and haggis

London's best Burns Night celebrations

It's time to get your kilt out and raise a toast to poet Robert Burns at these Scottish-themed festivities, where you'll find plenty of haggis, neeps and whisky

Give your G&T an autumnal twist with this recipe from Caorunn Gin

Summer's winding down – and to ease in the transition from sun (ish) to rain, here's a great autumnal cocktail from Scottish gin brand Caorunn

Burns Night at Temper City

Enjoy haggis tacos and Irn Bru cocktails at this delicious-sounding Scottish city celebration

Saturday 25 January 2020 at 18:00 - Sunday 26 January 2020 at 01:00

Make the perfect Nikka manhattan

You might think fine whisky is best left to the Scottish and the Irish, but the Japanese have a pretty impressive tradition, too. Enjoy it with this recipe

Burns Night at 12:51

Chef James Cochran is hosting a delicious-sounding Burns Night alongside award-winning author, Candice Carty-Williams at 12:51, Islington on 25 January

Saturday 25 January 2020 at 18:00 - 22:00

An inside look at the Scottish island of Raasay's first legal distillery

We visit the first legal distillery on the Isle of Raasay to learn how tradition and history are influencing the birth of a very modern whisky

Hip to be square: SWIG's range of beautifully designed flasks

What to buy for the budding alcohol enthusiast who (almost) has it all? Why not one of SWIG's range of stainless steel hip flasks?