Sarah Yearsley, owner of The Scottish Deli, shares its most popular traditional items
We sell the very best MacSween haggis and find that both the veggie and meat versions sell really well year-round, as well as on the run-up to St Andrew's Day and Burns Night.
We also sells lots of canned Stahly Haggis, which is popular with non-UK customers who want to take some back on the plane.
DUNKELD SMOKED SALMON:
Smoked just a stone's throw from our Dunkeld deli, it's justifiably sought-after by locals and visitors alike. The quality is fantastic and it brings a touch of luxury to special occasions.
KENMORE BAKERY SHORTBREAD AND TABLET
With a large proportion of our customers in the summer being visitors to the area, we find that locally-made shortbread sells well. As well as proving a hit with our international customers, we find that tablet has a real nostalgic resonance with people who remember how their grannies made it.
CHARLES MCCLEOD'S STORNOWAY BLACK PUDDING:
Now classed as a superfood, we find that people will go the extra mile to seek out the very best black pud.
KINTYRE APPLESMOKE CHEDDAR:
A creamy mature Cheddar that is traditionally smoked at a Campbeltown smokehouse over apple wood chips.