Makers of 'World's Most Dangerous Ice Cream' Say It's 500 Times Hotter Than Tabasco
It also supposedly makes you, like, horny?
Meet the 'Ethical Carnivore' Who Spent a Year Only Eating Animals That She Killed Herself
Louise Gray is author of 'The Ethical Carnivore,' a book documenting the year she spent eating meat she saw raised and slaughtered herself. “It’s not a philosophical treatise,” she says. “People can take their own judgment from it.”
Scotland Just Fueled a Car with Whisky, Because of Course
At least we'll know who to thank when we can say "No, Officer, I'm not drinking—but my car is."
Meet the Bartender Making Buckfast Negronis
“Buckfast has nice tannins and it’s fruity so it makes a valid substitute for red vermouth,” says Glaswegian cocktail pro Stu Bale. “But it does get you pretty fucked up if you drink a lot of it.”
This Kitchen Smells Like Bacon and Pine Needles
Welcome to Edinburgh Food Studio, where two of the world's greatest smells combine.
Meet the Brewers Trying to Disrupt the Scotch Industry with a Hunter S. Thompson-Inspired Whisky
BrewDog's previous flirtations with high-octane alcohol involved a 55 percent ABV beer packaged inside of a dead squirrel.
Scotland Considers Passing a Law to Ensure a “Right to Food”
Across the Atlantic, Scotland suffers from what a foodbank network manager has called “an epidemic of hunger.” In light of increasing rates of food insecurity, it is considering a move to ensure no Scot goes hungry.
Chinese Tourists Are Spending Tens of Thousands of Dollars on Scotch in the UK
Some London whisky stores are regularly selling up to £50,000 (a little over $60,000) worth of Scotch to Chinese businessmen and tourists, some of whom fly to London for the expressed purpose of buying prestigious bottles.
Why These Craft Brewers Just Legally Changed Their Names to ‘Elvis’
Two brewers want to stick it to the King.
Who Cares About National Coffee Day When It’s National Poisoned Blackberries Day
Forget coffee. Today is a day of remembrance for something far more important: when the Devil himself pissed all over Scotland's entire blackberry supply. Today is National Poisoned Blackberries Day.
How the Neo-Nazi Movement Is Using Food Banks to Spread Its Message
With the advent of a "whites only" food bank in Scotland, far-right and nationalist groups in Europe are using claims of charity to manipulate their community presence.
Scottish Food Producers Are Surprisingly Chill About Brexit
According to a new report from the Bank of Scotland, half of the country's producers are confident their industry will grow, despite the disruption caused by Brexit.
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