Burns night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, the author of many a Scots poem. Burns was born in Alloway in 1759, only a 15 minute drive from our new site in Ayrshire...
Every year, Burns Night is held not only in Scotland but across the world on andaround the 25th of January. Friends and family meet to have a good blether, eat a Burns supper, drink a wee dram of whisky, get involved in ceilidh dancing and recite the iconic poetry of Robert Burns.
The centrepiece of any good Burns Supper menu is the iconic haggis, or as Burns himself described it, the 'great chieftain o' the puddin'-race'. Traditionally paired with neeps (mashed turnip) and tatties (mashed potato), we love a bit of haggis here at Wilsons!
Shop our Hunting Haggis Premium Cold Pressed which comes in 2kg boxes and 10kg bags, and Haggis Supper Raw Frozen which comes in 500g trays in boxes of 16, 24 or 32 or as part of a core variety pack or premium variety pack.