In an exciting new feature at the BVAC Classic, we are delighted to introduce a special ‘Taste of the Borders’ marquee where you can taste and buy locally produced food and drink.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the makers and take home some of the finest food and drink from across the region.
Following is a list of the local businesses you will find in the 'Taste of the Borders Fair' and we also thank Bruce Stevenson for the support and sponsorship of this new feature of the BVAC Classic at Thirlestane.
Curly Coo Tablet - Handmade traditional & flavoured tablet
Ruby & Cocoa - Artisan chocolatiers specialising in ruby chocolate products including luxury hot chocolate cocoa and pink chocolate bars
Thomas & Ethel - Gluten and dairy free cakes – now have a vegan range too
Tempest Brew Co - Makers of fresh craft beer in on the banks of the Tweed, selling small package beer and merchandise
Purple Plum - Lauder’s local suppliers of quality fruit and vegetables, wholefoods and fresh flowers
Juicy Meat Co - Selling Hoardweel Wagu Beef
Dessert Diva - Brownies, fudge, tablet, traybakes, cakes and cupcakes
Kiki Chocolates - Handmade chocolate confectionary
Terroir Wines - Terroir are importers and wholesalers of artisanal wines from around the world. Supplying wines representative of their terroir.
Lindsey’s Farm Kitchen - Award winning bespoke liqueurs, all homemade in my farm kitchen
Selkirk Distillers - Artisan gin, rum and whisky liqueur
The Damn Fine Cheese Company - Handmade waxed cheeses truckles in 12 mouth-watering flavours
Kitty's Ginger Wine - Non alcoholic ginger wine
Salt Pig Sea Salts - Salt Pig Sea Salts are range of blended sea salts using a fine sea salt and herbs and spices from around the World
Jaggy Nettle - Cashmere knitted accessories
The Sweetest Traditions – The Fizz Bar will be in attendance on the day at the ‘Taste of the Borders Fair’
The Little Bakery – A large variety of ready to eat pies, bridies and sausage rolls
Thank you again to Bruce Stevenson for sponsoring the ‘Taste of the Borders Fair’ at the 47th BVAC Classic.