Burn's Night is an annual Scottish tradition held in celebration of poet Robert Burns. It usually falls on the 25th January, which is the poets birthday. We wanted to not only celebrate Burn's Night but also our Scottish heritage too with a themed recipe!
It is tradition that Burn's Night is observed with an evening of food and dancing. The final course in a Burn's Night Supper is often a delicious dessert called Cranachan which starts with a base of porridge oats with cream and Scottish raspberries. This is the inspiration behind our Scottish Cranachan Skin Cream. The recipe uses Oat Oil, Red Raspberry Seed Oil and Thistle Oil (known in other countries as Safflower Oil). These potent oils made a rich cream with a silky smooth texture that feels extremely nourishing - definitely not to be eaten as a dessert.
*This is NOT a recipe for a medical cream for use on burns to the skin.