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Gleneagles & Co

26 January 2018

Ever fancied taking a little touch of Gleneagles home with you? Well, now you can, thanks to Gleneagles & Co. We’ve worked with some of the best small producers in Scotland to create a new range of artisan food, perfect for enjoying at home. Keep an eye out for some of the range popping up in menus across the hotel too – it’s seriously delicious.

A woman stands with bars of chocolate outside a stone house with a red door.

Inspired by the wild and natural flavours found in the stunning Perthshire countryside, master chocolatier Charlotte forages for ingredients as diverse as Scots Pine and meadow sweet, which she blends with the finest quality chocolate. Utterly unique.

A jar of jam with fruit surrounding it

There’s nothing like a spoonful of chutney to brighten up your cheese and we think you’ll love Andrew’s special recipe. A former Gleneagles executive chef, Andrew uses the finest seasonal ingredients from Perthshire and Scotland to create his chutneys.

A man taking bars of shortbread off a rack in a kitchen

The Laing family has been baking for decades, and promise every bite of their traditional small-batch biscuits are ‘shortbread without shortcuts.’ Their crumbly, buttery shortbread is made by hand in Edinburgh to a traditional recipe, but beware – it’s addictive!

Four jam jars in a row surrounded by soft fruits

Soft Speyside berries are the finest in the world, while jam-making has long been a traditional way to preserve the summer’s bounty. Using traditional copper basins, Eli Gifford and his team create delicious flavour combinations like Scottish Red Berry and Blueberry and Glenturret Whisky especially for Gleneagles.

Bottles of cooking oils

The Bush family have farmed at Ferneyfold Farm for over 130 years. The rich, fertile Strathearn valley is perfect for growing rapeseed, which is then harvested, cold-pressed, triple filtered, then either bottled to create a fantastic everyday oil for cooking or used to create a range of delicious dressings and drizzles.

A smiling man with a blue jumper looks at the camera with a box of shortbread in his hands
racks of shortbread rounds cooling off

The oatcake has been a staple of the Scottish larder for centuries. Simplicity itself, the excellence of the oatcake depends on two things: Scottish oats and natural spring water. Chris Young uses a traditional recipe to handcraft his oatcakes in the heart of Perthshire, using 100% Scottish ingredients.

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