The Scottish Isles have unspoilt landscapes and beaches, amazing food and drink and rich history and culture to discover. The local brands located there also produce exceptional quality goods, often inspired by the landscapes of the Scottish Islands. Discover a range of brands making exciting products on Scotland’s islands.

Alison Moore jewellery, made in Scotland

Alison Moore

Alison Moore’s approach to jewellery design is organic and refreshingly non-conformist. All of the gemstones used in the designs are ethically sourced and the jewellery is handmade at Alison Moore’s studio in Orkney, Scotland.

Black Isle Yarns

Black Isle Yarns started life when its founder, who grew up in East Lothian, turned her love for knitting and wool into a true passion. Disappointed with how tricky it was to source local, British wool, Julie Rutter investigated having local wool spun and the rest is history. Black Isle’s yarns are now custom spun with fleeces hand-selected from local farms and smallholdings, all on Eilean Dubh – the Black Isle.

Bute Island Sheese

Based on the Scottish Island of Bute, Bute Island Sheese make award-winning 100% dairy-free, vegan cheese on the Isle of Bute. The company started life in 1988 around a farmhouse kitchen table, creating a cheddar-style soya-based cheese alternative. Fast-forward thirty years, and today, Bute Island Sheese is delivered around the world in blocks, slices and grated ranges, reaching as far as Australia.

Isle of Sky Baking co original oatcakes

Isle of Skye Baking Company

The Isle of Skye Baking Company is family-owned and run and bakes 12 flavours of shortbread and 8 of oatcakes, as well as gingerbread, biscotti, fruitcake, tablet, artisan bread and a range of jams and chutneys. Explore their range and enjoy delicious treads made in Scotland.

Tyree Gin, made in Scotland

Tyree Whisky Company

Tyree Whisky Company was formed to reconnect the island to its drinks heritage. They have released a gin expression, Tyree Gin, which is made using local botanicals, and recently distillation has moved to the island itself.

Salar Smokehouse smoked salmon, produced in scotland

Salar Smokehouse

Salar Smokehouse has over twenty years of experience in producing award-winning smoked salmon at their smokehouse on the Isle of South Uist.

Cromarty pottery, hand-made in Scotland

Cromarty Pottery

Cromarty Pottery is hand-crafted in a pottery studio in Cromarty on the Black Isle, in the Scottish Highlands. They specialise in hand-making beautiful and distinctive ‘terracotta’ domestic ware and decorating it by hand using traditional methods.

Isle of mull cheese, made in scotland

Isle of Mull Cheese

Isle of Mull Cheese is run from a family dairy farm called Sgriob-Ruadh Farm, near Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. Mull is a remote island in the Scottish Hebrides with stunning landscapes and unspoilt nature. Isle of Mull Cheese sell products on their website and you can even visit the dairy for a self-guided tour.

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