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Food Awards Scotland

Friday, 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

Tuesday, 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.

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What a Dish!

Wednesday, 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.

Inverawe at Ballathie House Hotel

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013










Here’s a plate fit for a King and Queen.  Inverawe Smoked Salmon with Killin Crab, Avocado and shaved Fennel.  We are extremely proud of our association with Ballathie House, one of Scotland’s finest Hotel set amidst the most beautiful of Perthshire countryside.  If this dish makes your mouth water just have a look at their website.  www.ballathiehousehotel.com/dining/restaurant


The Fort of Fun

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Inverawe's New Climbing FortBring the kids along – they are going to love the new Fort at Inverawe.  Monkey bars, climbing frame, swings a slide and the best built Fort around for sighting those indjuns!  Mum and Dad, you can relax and enjoy a plateful of wonderful Inverawe smoked goodies and a well earned properly brewed coffee.  Come to Inverawe and see what we’ve done!

Swing today, gone tomorrow!

Monday, November 12th, 2012

This morning marks an end of an era and the start of something very exciting at Inverawe Café!

The swings are being dismantled, to be replaced over the winter with a fabulous play area which will be ready forThe Play Area the 2013 season.

Watch this space and in the meantime why not share your memories of the old swings and slide with us.

I can’t believe that the young grandson I pushed is a big strapping lad who is going off to university  next year!  Did you push your kids in the baby swings?  Were you brave enough to stand up on the big swings or did your granny and granddad take you on the swings when you were wee?

Early Bird

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
Hello bloggers!  Just a small reminder that if you want to save on Christmas Smoked Salmon and you don’t mind keeping it in the Freezer then our EARLY BIRD offers are just the ticket. To qualify for the discounts you have to have your salmon delivered before the 4th of December.

What a Whopper

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Dennis got a shock when he cast his fly onto the Lilly Loch on friday. He pulled out a monster 17lbs Trout. Great stuff we are all thrilled for you Dennis. What a catch!

Homemade Golden Glory

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Goodness me, there’s more golds that you can shake a stick at in Great Britain at the moment and now Inverawe is firmly sat on the bandwagon too.  For the 9th year in a row we’ve been given the golden thumbs up by the Guild of Fine Food Retailers.  Out of over 8000 entrants we have secured four more awards.  Proof positive that our produce is not only fantastically tasty but it’s consistantly tasty.

This years golden greats include.

  • Smoked Loch Etive Trout
  • Classic Inverawe Smoked Salmon
  • Inverawe Flaky Roast Smoked Salmon
  • Natural Undyed Kippers

“These awards really do make the effort and hardwork of everysingle person at Inverawe worthwhile.  I’d like to thank all our staff and customers for making this possible, without their support this wouldn’t be possible.” said Rosie.

Newest addition to the Inverawe family

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Hello Inverawe Bloggers

Unfortunatley I have to bring you the devastating news that the Inverawe Milk Float has given up the ghost after an astonishing 10 years of service.   Although sad to wave her goodbye we are thrilled to welcome a new addition to the Inverawe family.

Here she is, a 1965, Morrison Milk Float and she’s already proving her worth delivering our delicious smoked goodies from the smokery to the warehouse.  But there’s just one thing our environmentally friendly, electric work-horse needs, and that’s a name.  

So over to you, our dedicated bloggers, can you think of a fitting epithet for out retro cart.  Leave your comments and we will have a vote for our favourite.


Interesting Milk Float facts:

  • A milk float travels fairly slowly, usually around 10 to 16 miles per hour (16 to 26 km/h)
  • Before the milk float, dairy supplies were delivered using horse-drawn milk floats
  • A typical milk float can cover from 60 – 80 miles on a full charge
  • The milk float land speed record is currently 52mph