Cranachan a Scottish traditional food of whisky, heather honey, toasted oatmeal and soft-fruit pudding.

Cranachan was the traditional celebration, harvest-home Scottish dish. For a communal celebration round the table, the oatmeal, fruit and cream were put onto the table and everyone made his/her own mix, lubricating it with whisky and honey. It was also eaten on other special occasions such as weddings.

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