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Drink

The fighting spirit of the Borders comes a posh wine merchant

The land of the reivers powered the British empire, and still has a role to play in business

30 January 2016

9:00 AM

30 January 2016

9:00 AM

There has been a gastronomic revolution in London. For some years, the Boisdale restaurants, often mentioned here, have featured Macsween’s haggis, made in Edinburgh. It is a good drop of haggis, and the various Boisdales were using around four-and-a-half tons a year. Ranald Macdonald decided that it was time to review the competition.

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