Mossgiel is a third generation family run dairy farm which supplies the milk for our exceptional coffee and tea. The farm is in Ayrshire on the historical pastures of Robert Burns. They produce a non-homogoenized milk, a process that allows the natural effect of a ‘cream top’, creating a taste that has almost been forgotten due to the standardization of modern milk.
Company Bakery based in Leith is a collaboration between five passionate individuals that believe real Scottish bread should be celebrated. Regularly milling local and heritage grains to create a whole wheat flour that is both nutritious and delicious. Taking three days to make, their long ferment sourdough is a real labour of love.
Williams and Johnson Coffee Co.
Todd and Zach, two young men with a love of good coffee, roasting beans here in Leith. By focusing on single origin and seasonal blends that change throughout the year they are able to keep it interesting as well as fresh. They source their coffee through Nordic Approach, a company that offers transparency throughout the chain and ensure producers receive premiums for their crops.
The Tobermory Fish Company
The Tobermory Fish Company was founded in 1971 by Hugh and Marjorie Goldie. Hugh and Marjorie believed in a family business with a family of customers. This tradition is continued today by their daughter, Rosie and granddaughter Sally. For almost 50 years the Tobermory Fish Company has been producing foods of the very highest quality using traditional smoking techniques, precise family recipes and a careful curing process to infuse exact mixtures of herbs and spices. It is this attention to detail that imparts such unique, delicate flavours to the fish and shellfish.
Pekoe Tea of Edinburgh was established in 2006. They build strong relationships with their suppliers from around the world and trade ethically with small companies and estates, guaranteeing the freshest and highest quality teas available.