Burn’s Supper Day

Today is a day to celebrate the life and poetry of Robert Burns and more importantly a day to eat haggis and drink whisky. Burn’s Supper Day is traditionally celebrated in Scotland and Northern Ireland where kilted Scotsman begin the dinner by addressing the haggis with a knife. If you’re planning on celebrating tonight, and digging into some considerably spicy haggis, you’ll want something a bit peaty (heavy smokey flavors) to wash it down. Our resident whisky expert has shared his favorite pairings with us and here they are:
Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 Year
Compass Box Peat Monster
Port Charlotte An Turas Mor