Darts Farm

Topsham, Devon
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Burns Night

Burns Night is the annual celebration of the talented Scottish bard, Robert Burns; marking his Birthday and giving us the opportunity to celebrate some of Scotland's traditional dishes and of course, enjoy some top-notch whisky!

Wherever you're celebrating, explore our favourite recipes and discover some special artisans to mark the day, and cure those January blues.

Traditional Recipes...

Burns night is around the corner and we have everything you need for a traditional hearty, Scottish feast! 

Why not try creating your own Burns Night supper this January; with either a delicious chicken Balmoral or a hearty haggis shepheard's pie!


Balmoral Chicken

This traditional Scottish chicken dish, stuffed with Macsween haggis from our Master Butchers served with lashings of creamy whisky sauce, is a perfect for a celebratory Burns Night feast – along with a dram of Dartmoor whisky; perfect for kicking those January blues! 

Haggis Shepherd's Pie

The perfect warm winter feed, this delicious Haggis Shepherd's Pie is a firm family favourite, bursting with rich flavours, topped with cheesy mash and fresh, seasonal veg.

potatoes-our-farm-darts-exeter_600x700Cock-a-Leekie Soup

A classic Burns Night starter, that makes the most of the beautiful seasonal leeks this time of year brings us. You can't beat a bowl of warm soup with a hearty chunk of Vicky's Sourdough to kick off your dinner party!

Scottish Cranachan

This sweet Scottish dessert is the best way to wrap up your Burns Night feasting, and includes all the best ingredients Scotland has to offer; hearty rolled oats, fresh raspberries and of course, whisky. 




Burns Night Artisan Discovery...

Dartmoor Whisky


Founders Greg & Simon, along with Master Distiller Frank (& his 50 years of experience!), craft their amazing Bourbon Cask Matured Whisky & Bordeaux Red Wine Cask Matured Whisky at the old Town Hall in Bovey Tracey.
Each bottle of smooth whisky is created in their beautiful copper still ‘Alembic Charantais’, which was hand-beaten in Cognac in 1966.
The first single malt whisky distillery in the South West; inspired by a desire to celebrate our regions local produce, geology & climate. With the unique Devon climate & soil to grow great quality barley, wonderful Dartmoor spring water - filtered by the natural granite geology of Dartmoor, and the distinctive sea breeze & air quality to provide great storage during maturation.
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Each bottle is simply world-class & we’re very excited to have it in our Drinks Cellar. This whisky a must have if you are celebrating Burn’s Night, simply pop into the Farm Shop or head to our website to order yours!





You haven't got to be Scot to enjoy what we've got... Enjoy!

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