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Food Awards Scotland

May 22nd, 2015

We are thrilled to announce that the nominations for the 2nd Food Awards Scotland 2015 are now open!

If you think Inverawe deserves a mention we’d be so grateful if you could click on the link below and fill out their quick survey.

Food Awards Scotland Survey – just a minute of your time and you’ve supported your favourite Smokehouse.

Lucy Burke and Deli MacDonald

Lucy Burke and Deli MacDonald


MORE great Golds for Inverawe

August 19th, 2014

Gold Award Great Taste, Guild of Fine Food Retaillers Gold award

Inverawe has wone three new Great Taste Award Golds for our finest smoked fish products. Check out the website for more details. Here are some of the Judges comments…..

“Beautifully translucent and silky looking salmon with a lovely pale natural colour. One receives a good hit of smoke on the nose and on the palate but the smoking does not mask the good quality fish. It has a really good mouthfeel. There is a good balance to the smoke, and the flavour really develops in the mouth and lingers on the palate.”


Beautiful rose pink coloured salmon. Slices very well. Lovely sweet smokiness. Tender but firm salmon with a slight salty/sweet dimension. Delicious.

A nice looking piece of fish with a great colour. It has a lovely aroma from smoking, but is actually much heavier than the smoked flavour that we found in the fish. We enjoyed the moist texture, which wasn’t too oily.

Click here to enter website

A national treasure with our national tipple

April 23rd, 2014


Celebrating our national tipple

April 10th, 2014




Inverwe has linked up with The Scotch Malt Whisky Society to celebrate Whisky Month in May this year.    There are numerous events planned during May and we will be at a number of them including.


26th April 12-5pm  – Edinburgh Whisky Festival, The Hub, Catstlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2NE

celebrating the start of Whisky Month and Homecoming 2014 with our second Edinburgh WhiskyFest. Sample a selection of drams from a wide range of different distilleries along with the Society’s own range of single casks and some guest Scottish producers to compliment, including Inveralmond beer, Crombies whisky and beer sausages, Finlay’s Haggis, I J Mellis cheese, The Buffalo Farm, Inverawe and more.

 17th May 12pm to 6pm – 28 Queen Street and also the Vaults, Leith

Every day is whisky day  at the Society but we’re upping the ante for the official World Whisky Day, showcasing the very finest in Scottish food, beer, cocktails and whisky by some of the country’s best producers.  Various stalls will boast pairings of rare Society whisky matched with Scottish produce  A unique flavour experience, tokens can be bought at the venue and exchanged at the festival stalls on the day.

 YOU CAN FIND OUT MORE about what’s on by clicking on this link

21st May 7 – 10pm Members of the Society can enjoy a wonderful evening at the Queen Street Dining Room Restaurant

Renowned for its unique pairing delights, The Dining Room at 28 Queen Street has long been showcasing the very best in modern Scottish cuisine. Tonight The Dining Room team joins forces with an ensemble of Scottish producers (including Findlay’s Haggis, The Buffalo Farm, Inverawe Smokehouse and I J Mellis cheeses) to craft an exploration of five exceptional whisky and food courses. Guest producers will bring their Scottish produce to life as each course is introduced by Head Chef, James Freeman and Society Whisky Ambassador.  (Tickets are limited)

The Restaurant at 28 Queen Street Edinburgh

The Restaurant at 28 Queen Street Edinburgh

More information from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society can be found here

29th May 2014 7-10pm Seafood & Whisky Dinner, The Vaults, Leith.

A celebration of the very best Scottish Seafood, paired with SMWS whiskies and served with some entertaining tales from Jimmy Buchan of BBC series, Trawlerman.  Expect a 3-course seafood feast along with a flavoursome selection on 5 Society drams.  Patrick will be in attendance too to answer any questions about our smoking methods.  Tickets are limited again so do book early.


Spring is in the POST!

April 3rd, 2014

The long awaited start of Spring is upon us.  Longer, lighter days and hopefully some brighter cheerier weather.  To help get spring off with a bounce, our new Easter brochure is now in the post and heading your way.  Well as long as you are on the list!

Simnel_CakeIt includes all our wonderful smoked foods for entertaining your friends and family this Easter as well as some scrumptious gift ideas and traditional Easter treats like Simnel Cake or FANTASTIC hand made sumptuous Chocolate Easter Eggs.

Don’t despair though, you can request a brochure at any time, just log in here http://www.smokedsalmon.co.uk/request.asp?submit=catrequest and one will fly to you by post as soon as possible.

40% OFF our Smoked Trout!

March 20th, 2014

Trout40ReminderDid you know that Inverawe has now been in business for 40 years!  Originally a fish farm Inverawe farmed our first ever Loch Etive Trout in 1974.

To celebrate, we have taken a whopping 40% OFF our Cold Smoked Trout.

Don’t miss out – click here to place your order on our website or telephone our order line on 08448 475490.

This offer runs until tomorrow Friday 21st March.

Meet the team – Kirsty the Cash!

August 2nd, 2013

Kirsty MacIntyre works in our Accounts department, she’s been with us for over 8 years now.

It’s Kirsty’s job to make sure that invoices are logged properly and monies banked.  She is a wonderfully safe pair of hands, spotting a discrepancy here and an underpayment there – nothing gets past our Kirsty’s eagle eyes.

She lives in Dalmally (about 30mins away) with her, great fun family.  I know she loves the variety of her role, which seems to be a theme throughout all the interviews I’ve had.  Working for a small business you can get mucked in on many levels and the Accounts Dept is no exception.  Kirsty provides an invaluable backup to the Admin team when they are under pressure, she really is a multi tasker!

 Her Five words on Inverawe are……… Different, Manic, fun, friendly…… and Christmas!


What a Dish!

July 31st, 2013

We couldn’t believe how amazing this dish looked, and as it’s Inverawe Smoked Loch Etive Trout we know it would taste amazing too.  The team from The Manor House in Oban create this for their Al la Carte menu and one of the most popular eating destinations in Oban.  You can find out lots more about them on line  – http://www.manorhouseoban.com/ well worth a visit and a short break in Oban, beautiful surroundings, stunning views and you can even fly the helicopter direct!  If that’s your preferred mode of transport.

Meet the Team – Ethel the Whizz Kid!

July 22nd, 2013

Meet Ethel, she’s been working here since 1998.  As well mum to four lovely children and a beautiful horse, Bo, who she is having great fun with,  Ethel still has time to work as our Marketing/IT/Website Administrator.

However she will turn her hand to anything including packing and working in the warehouse, she is the essential safe pair of hands during the nightshift at Christmas .  She is a complete whizz kid when it comes to anything technical.  Give her a problem that needs fixing and she’s your girl. Like a terrier she won’t give up till she’s worked it all out.  Ethel says she loves the diversity of working at Inverawe, “no day is ever the same”. 

She lives in the quiet village of Appin, which is a good 40 minute drive from here.

Ethel’s five words which express what it is like to work in this mad house are:  busy, good laugh, large family.

One of the nicest memories she has is of Robert CP brining in a full cooked breakfast for the night shift at 4am each morning during the Christmas Rush.  She said “I don’t think Robert slept much over the weeks before Christmas Day.

Meet the Team – the Deli’s Darling

July 12th, 2013

Meet, Maryann, our fantastic Trade Telephonist. 

Maryann answers the trade telephone line and calls to collect the orders from the superb delis and farm shops who stock Inverawe.  Working for over 15 years, she has seen many a change to the business.  She is actually Robert CP’s Sister and lives on the Inverawe estate, her commute to work is a gentle 2 minute stroll from her back door.

Often at the heart of the giggles omitting from the Administration Office, Maryann has a wicked sense of humour and keeps us all in stiches.  She is especially good at keeping us all together, when we are having a moment she is the voice of calm sensibility.  When Maryann isn’t at work she loves to walk Boris and Murtle her two springers down by Loch Etive.

Maryann’s five words to explain what it’s like to work for Inverawe are…..  Satisfying, friendly, motivating, interesting and enjoyable.