Traditional Scottish Haggis

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Traditional Scottish Haggis

\nWe consider ours the best version of our national dish you can buy.  Don't confuse this haggis with the canned product you find in your local supermarket. Like our Black Pudding, ours spans five (and a half) generations of the Grant family. First created by Jessie Grant in Dornoch in the late twentieth century, her great-great grandson Stuart still makes the same recipe. Grants haggis renowned for it's outstanding flavour and texture, and as a result it will keep you coming back. \n

How is it made?

\nOur delicacy is made using only the very finest ingredients that include lamb heart and lamb liver becuase we believe a recipe like ours should only be made that way. Our haggis is made at Grants premises in Grantown-on-Spey in the Cairngorms. We have high demand from some of the finest restaurants in Scotland, to small delicatessens all over the UK. We produce our haggis every day so that we can fulfil orders. Want to know more about what's in haggis and how we make it? \n

What to order

\nIf you are new to buying haggis, it can be difficult to work out how much to order. Use this guide as an approximation of how much you'll need. Select one of a pack of 2 x 140 gram chip shop style puddings if you're looking to feed two people as part of a main meal. Choose the most popular 1 pound/454 gram haggis to feed a family. Buy 1.36 kilos, in the event you are feeding an army, or having the relatives over Alternatively if you're after a centre-piece for Burns' night check out out our chieftan haggis and order your required size. If you're still not sure with how much to order please contact us and we'll help you out. \n

How to store

\nRemove your order from the box when you receive it and put it in the fridge. Always stick to our 'Use By' date printed on the packaging, because we want you to enjoy it safely. If freezing, slice first so you can use it as you need it, freeze, and use within six months.


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  • 5
    Delicious and full flavoured

    Posted by Simon on 29th Mar 2024

    Based on England my experience of Haggis is of the poor commercial varieties available. Was blown away by Grants black pudding, and ordered online a chieften. Rich, flavoursome and delicious, and is great in a venison lasagne to add body and richness. As well as in the usual style! Not overdone bulk added, and very tasty. Obviously goes a long way!

  • 5
    This is the best haggis that I

    Posted by Neil on 10th Apr 2017

    This is the best haggis that I've ever tasted. I visit Scotland once or twice per year and I go out of my way to try as many of the local dishes as I can. This haggis is streets ahead of the others that I have tried.