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Can We Guess Your Favourite Scottish Food In Just Three Questions?
You like your sausages in the only acceptable shape: Square. Lovely chunky big hunks of pork and beef that beg to be smothered in sauce and whacked in a bap. Congratulations on your worthy and delicious addiction: Only the very finest people love square meat.
Only the classiest and most distinguished people like caramel wafers: The superior cousin to the much gloopier and hard-to-eat teacake. Revel in your glorious food choice, and know that you are truly great.
Behold the glorious bounty that is a delectable cheese-filled macaroni pie. Only the very finest people appreciate its glory, and like all macaroni pie lovers you were plunged into despair when Greggs stopped selling them. FOR SHAME, GREGGS.
No day on Earth is complete without a bite of the chocolate, foamy treat-mountain that is a Tunnock's Teacake, truly the finest delicacy in Scotland, and appreciated by only the finest of people (you).
Glory and praise be to the michty haggis, the food on which Scotland was raised to greatness. Only the most admirable people appreciate this meaty, spicy, oaty delight, and you're one of them. Well done!
Nothing on Earth is as glorious as a Scottish fry-up, with fried tattie scones, square sausage, beans, bacon, eggs, link sausage, black pudding, and buttered toast. Only the finest people (i.e. you) appreciate its true calorific majesty.