We can now offer a selection from our range of jams and chutneys in local shops.
On the Isle of Seil we supply to Balvicar Stores and to the Seafari shop in Ellenabeich.
In Oban you can find our products at the Oban Chocolate Company and in the Taste of Argyll, recently opened on Combie Street and featuring a wide range of local produce and crafts.
To the south, find our jars available at Kilmelford village store and Ardfern village store. There is also a small range in the shop at Melfort Holiday Village.
Luing Stores on the Isle of Luing also carry a range or jams and chutneys.
We can also be found at markets, games and fairs around the West of Scotland. See separate page for details.
Click on photos below to link to the shops own website.
Located in the centre of Oban on the Esplanade the Oban Chocolate Company produce their own range of innovative hand made chocolates, which can also be sampled in the cafe as you enjoy the views over the bay and across Kerrera. Well worth a visit!
Based in Ellenabeich on the Isle of Seil Sea-fari operate fast rib trips around the local area. From a 2 hour wildlife watching trip , a whirlpool special trip, or a longer trip out to Colonsay or Iona there is something to suit everyone. All wet gear and lifejackets are supplied. Or why not just visit the shop and see what’s on offer (including, of course, some of our range of jams & chutneys).
Balvicar Stores is the main shop on the Isle of Seil, reached by crossing the Bridge over the Atlantic. 2 miles past the bridge is the small village of Balvicar and the shop lies just off the main road. Offering a range of food, papers, off-sales and general provisions as well as a post office this shop is a vital link in the community.
In the centre of Oban is the welcoming restaurant Dolce Vita. They have over 15 years of experience within the trade and the restaurant and cafe is open seven days a week. It is ideally placed in the centre of Oban and the restaurant has stunning views of Oban Bay. The extensive menu is influenced by Italian cuisine with a Scottish twist, and all of their food is freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients to ensure it is of the highest possible quality.
Recently opened in Oban, the Taste of Argyll features local produce and crafts.