In honour of Robert Burns (1759–1796) an event often takes place on the evening of January 25th to celebrate the Scottish poet’s life and works.
And in honour of all those Scots out there who brave the cold and wear traditional dress, fighting off wenches left, right and centre, we proudly introduce our Deer cufflinks. For our American cousins, you refer to them as Moose. These deer cufflinks could be our larger Red deer species or even Sika, but they are certainly not muntjac.
Back to the Burns Supper. A good excuse for mirth and merriment with a drop or more of fine spirits followed by the haggis. Just don’t ask for the ingredients list and don’t invite any vegetarians.
If you need a quick reminder of the Grace which is usually spoken before consumption, read below, preferably in a broad Aberdonian accent as that is the most melodious voice in the Scottish spectrum.