Susie Walker Munro grows and hand-rolls tea in tiny batches at Kinnettles Farm near Forfar. Gayle Ritchie checks out the exclusive product, which retails at £15 a cup
Since Jack Marsh started working at Meikleour Arms, he’s been able to fulfill his dream of living in the countryside and embarking on a new challenge. He tells Gayle Ritchie what excites him...
When the potato industry took a hit, farmer George Taylor turned his talents to crisps. Gayle Ritchie visits the beating heart of Mackie’s in Perthshire
Originally from Fife, Barry Bryson is one of Scotland’s leading private chefs. He’s just launched an exciting partnership with Old Town Chambers in Edinburgh. Gayle Ritchie finds out more.
An ancient marriage of fermented honey and water, mead offers a warm, golden buzz. Gayle Ritchie meets mead maker Christopher Mullin of The Rookery in Blairgowrie
Nestled in the heart of the Angus countryside, The Drovers Inn has an abundance of fresh, local produce on its doorstep. Chef Richard Young tells Gayle Ritchie he has a duty to make the most of his rich bounty
Wedgwood the Restaurant, on Edinburgh’s iconic Royal Mile, is the brainchild of chef Paul Wedgwood, who opened the award-winning eatery in 2007. He tells Gayle Ritchie his secret inspirations...
Fancy crafting your very own gin? Gayle Ritchie has a whale of a time at Blendworks in St Andrews...
For a venture that started “by accident”, the Gin Bothy is doing phenomenally well. Gayle Ritchie meets the entrepreneur behind the booming business
A staggering 70 million cups of coffee are consumed in the UK every day. Gayle Ritchie visits the Dundee team doing their bit