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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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Robert’s New Boys

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Robert would like you to meet his new boys,  Bacon & Sausage.  They are Oxford, Sandy & Blacks and are happily routing about up by the Lilly Loch in their custom made pen.



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!

A very Happy Customer

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

It’s always great to get feedback from our customers, sometimes it’s not so good and we listen and learn, then sometimes is just FANTASTIC! 

Here’s a comment about our recent Gold Awards,  from the owner of one of Edinburghs top restaurants, Cafe Fish, who take a range of our products and proudly promote our name in their menu’s.  Well done Cafe Fish for supporting Inverawe and thank you so much for your kind and honest comments.

“Congratulations! to you all and very well done – such a competitive market and richly deserved. Your sea trout is a stunning product!! I must visit soon. Regards from all at Cafe Fish. Richard”

Many thanks Richard.

Aloha Flora!

Friday, July 27th, 2012

It’s official, our new delivery float is to be called Flora,  the outcome of a hotley contested two horse or two name race!  Ernie or Flora but we all think she’s so beautiful she suits Flora to a T.  Thank you all for your suggestions.Floar The Float

And the winner is ………….

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

We’re delighted to announce that after two weeks of voting, Clare Jefferis’ recipe for Gooseberry Pots is the clear winner in our Diamond Jubilee Recipe competition.

Claire was crowned winner with more than half of the final votes, after having fought off competition from the other three shortlisted recipes which included Smoked Salmon Cheesecake, Royally Spiced Smoked Salmon Parcels and Dream Cream Jubilee Cake.

As the overall winner, we will be sending Clare our fantastic Jubilee Shopper to celebrate the 5th June in style.











Gooseberry Pots is a firm favourite in the Jefferis household and tastes even better when it is made with homegrown gooseberries. Below is the recipe in case you want to try it out for your own Jubilee celebrations.

Congratulations Clare from all at Inverawe!


Gooseberry Pots


500g (1lb 2oz) gooseberries

100g (3.5oz) caster sugar

30mls (1 fl oz) sweet cider (or apple juice)

75g (2.75oz) coarse white breadcrumbs

25g (1oz) butter (ideally unsalted)

2 egg yolks

whipped cream or custard to serve


1. Put gooseberries in a pan with sugar and cider and cook over a low heat until half stewed.

2. Add the breadcrumbs and cook for a futher 3-4 minutes. The mixture should be quite thick.

3. Take the pan off the heat and beat in the butter and egg yolks. Taste for sweetness.

4. Leave to cool to room temperature then put the mixture into little glasses and chill.

5. Serve topped with whipped cream or cold custrd on top.

Vote now to crown our Jubilee Recipe Competition winner

Monday, May 14th, 2012


Vintage car tour stops off for refuel at Inverawe tearoom

Friday, April 27th, 2012

John and Lynn Cooke from Leicester arrived at our cafe on Thursday in their 1925 Bullnose Morris Oxford tourer.

The couple are part of a group of members of the Bullnose Morris Club touring the West Highlands and the Isle of Mull in their beautiful old cars.  If you see them out and about then do give them a wave!