** Please note that whilst we will do all we can to avoid this, game dishes may contain lead shot and we seek to bring this to the attention of diners. **
This year we have worked with Ian Mellis Cheese to source some of the finest Scottish craft cheeses. We have chosen two from the Isle of Mull - a distinctive Cheddar and the Hebridean Blue (spicy, salty & creamy), both made by the Reid family on the Sgriob-Ruadh farm.
The Connage Clava Brie comes from the shores of the Moray Firth and is also crafted on a family farm. It is a memorably smooth, pasturised creamy, quite strong earthy cheese.
We have also added a Goats Curd from the makers of the Lanark Blue and two distinguished French classics. The aged Comté (either 22 or 30 months) is quite special and the ewes milk, Ossau Iraty from Gascony is a lovely gentle contrast. The Auld Alliance, Scottish with French influence, is our chosen path.
We serve 5 of the above cheeses with our homemade chutney, fruit, candied walnuts, a selection of crackers and, of course, the Arran Oaties made next door. Enjoy!