Clans of Scotland

The May ‘Clan Gathering’ WeeBox will be winging its way soon – can you find your clan?!

Slate Thistle by Slated!

Part of the stunning March ‘Scottish Highland Kitchen’ WeeBox – we are proud to have included this beautiful, hand-crafted piece from

A wee coo!

The incredibly talented designer Cherith Harrison brings you this adorable heilan coo – her very own design on a perfect little pocket mirror – we want!

A kilted feast!

Cook up yer Hogmanay feast in your kilt this festive season! Fun and festive, we are proud to have brought you this in our December ‘Scottish Winter Festivals’ WeeBox. Lang may yer lum reek Clan!

Highland Coo

Your very own Highland Cow to love! 

A sighting of this majestic, Scottish icon in the Highlands never disappoints! So WeeBox brings you this adorable, hairy heilan coo just for you

Isle of Skye Tablet

Indulge …. straight from a Skye lochside kitchen!

Ooooh does WeeBox has a sweet treat for you! The Isle of Skye Fudge Company has created this traditional Scottish tablet straight from their kitchen on the west coast of Skye! Heaven! For most Scots, tablet is our favourite sweet, and dates back to the early 1700s.  This long history was first noted in The Household Book of Lady Grisell Baillie and today is our traditional after dinner sweet and features in many Scottish weddings or function as the finale to a special meal. 

The Quaich

Your Scottish ‘Loving Cup’

Tracing its origin to distant Scottish chivalry, the Quaich (from the Gaelic word ‘cuach’ meaning ‘cup’) is a timeless reminder of the enduring values of friendship and hospitality on The Isle of Skye.

Brodies Scottish Afternoon Tea

It is said Queen Victoria during a stay at Balmoral enjoyed her blend so much she introduced it to England to become the iconic tea it is today! 

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