UpNorth Biltong is a Scottish company selling high-quality Biltong, snap sticks, droewors and quality protein-rich meats. It’s absolutely one to check out.
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If there's one thing Edinburgh certainly is not lacking, it's shops! In the city centre alone, there's all the main locations such as Princes Street, St James Quarter, Waverley Mall, and the Royal Mile.
Scattered between the big-name brands, designers and boutiques, you'll find so many smaller, independent shops and retailers - where there's something to suit just about every budget!
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Attention all artists, makers and creatives! Cass Art is now open in Edinburgh, and you can take advantage of some pretty hefty opening discounts right now! Which, of course, meant I had to get my ass over to George Street ASAP for a review! I knew Cass Art were coming to Edinburgh – I’d walked […]
Sneak have been turning heads recently, and they certainly got our attention here at Edinburgh Reviews, which is why I agreed to review a sample of their blue raspberry cans. Energy drinks haven’t always been my cup of tea (because let’s face it, tea is my cup of tea) – as they have, in the past, […]
A helpful, conveniently located and generously priced community zero-waste shop. There’s more than food available here, as there are kitchen and bathroom supplies too. The Gull’s makes Edinburgh better with great charity efforts and resources.
Hello, hello. This isn’t a review. This is a competition to giveaway some alistondesigns keyrings. I bought two when Amy had a stall at Moonwake Beer’s autumn market.
A kettle that can be easily configured to heat water precisely, remotely and then stays warm is really handy. A “smart kettle” sounds like a luxury and perhaps pointless item, but it really isn’t! I’ve found the WeeKett to be a handy timesaver, and I’ve not even had it winter yet.
A friendly cafe and plant shop, what a great combination, and an oasis of green near the urban throb of the foot of Leith Walk. It’s one I recommend.