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Celebrate the 260th anniversary of Robert Burns with a Scottish feast of magnificent proportions.
On Friday 25th January, don your finest tartan and pay tribute to the Scottish poet and cultural icon in the most appropriate manner; a feast.
Wester Ross Salmon; Lightly Cured & Hot Smoked here at The Mowbray
Dressed with Pickles, Dill Sour Cream & Served with Hunks of Oat Bran Bread
Cheddar Leekie Tart (V)
The Main Event
Angus Rolled Beef Rib from the Yorkshire Dales with Brown Butter & Rosemary Sauce
Spiced Roast Onion & Barley Hot Pot
Bashed Neeps & Tatties
Roast January King Cabbage
Toasted Oat & Highland Honey Parfait with Crushed Honeycomb and Tipsy Raspberries in Edinburgh Rhubarb Gin
Best of the Scottish Cheeses, Oatcakes & Chutney
A Wee Dram
Whisky & Shortbread
The Burns Night Ritual
Pipped In With honours
Guests stand to welcome the Haggis. Delivered on a silver salver and piped in wi’ a’ the honours. Glasses overflowing in anticipation for the address to a Haggis!
Address The Haggis
The true moment of glory! Prepare for an entertaining rendition of ‘To a Haggis!’ Knife poised at the ready, on cue the glorious haggis is cut!
Toast to The Haggis
We all raise a glass to the haggis in triumph during the final line ‘Gie her a haggis!’ ‘TO THE HAGGIS!’ The haggis procession is then piped back to the kitchen, cheered and anticipated by the guests…
Her Majesty The Queen
The Loyal Toast
Fraternal toast from Kindred Societies & reciting “The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns”
The Burns Night Feast is Served
Toast to The Lassies
The humorous highlight of any Burns night comes in the toasts!
Designed to praise the women but in particular those Lassies present. Delivered by Ian
Reply to The Laddies
A good natured humorous heckle from the Lassies to the Laddies, delivered by Mrs Sue Cameron
The Vote of Thanks
The chair now climbs to his feet to thank everyone who has contributed to a wonderful evening!
Auld Lang Syne
Guests are invited to stand and belt out a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne!
The event takes place at The Mowbray from 7pm until 11pm. Tickets are available here priced at £58.23 – an absolute bargain for a Highlands shindig!