Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink campaign recently released a downloadable eBook offering foodies and tourists alike a “true taste of Scotland.”
With travel itineraries organized around events, markets, different foods and drinks, and more, as well as non-culinary activities and sights to see in the area, the eBooks were recently profiled in The Herald Scotland and are sure to be a helpful resource for travelers, food lovers, and anyone looking to delve deeper into Scotland’s rich culinary history.
Malcolm Roughead, chief executive of VisitScotland, said: “Scotland’s famous food and drink comes from its unique landscapes, unspoiled habitats and varied weather, which is perfect for producing a wide variety of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, meat and much more.
“This year, as we take Scotland to the world, we celebrate the role that food and drink plays in shaping our economic and tourism success.
“I hope this e-book provides some food for thought, not just for visitors but also people in Scotland.
“We have a world-class natural larder right here on our doorstep, the Year of Food and Drink provides the perfect opportunity to go out and enjoy it.”
To download the eBook or learn more about the Year of Food and Drink 2015, click here.