Burns Night Miniatures
Burns night is celebrated on January 25 each year in honour of the famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Robert Burns was born in Ayrshire, Scotland in the year 1759. During his lifetime, he wrote a number of lyrics, poems addressing political and civil issues. He is fondly known as ‘Bard of Ayrshire’, ‘Rabbie Burns’ and ‘Scotland’s favourite son’. His famous song ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is sung even today during New Year’s Eve celebration across Scotland, United Kingdom and other places in the world. D St
Robert Burns left for his heavenly adobe on July 21, 1796. After his death, his close acquaintances held a supper on his death anniversary. The date was later changed to this birth date, now popularly known as Burns Supper or Burns Night. Robert Burns’s fame has not just been restricted to Scotland, but has also reached far and wide across the world. Burns Night celebrations are also held in the United States, Canada and Australia to name a few. The main motto of celebrating Burns Night is to pay respect to his outstanding work in the field of literature. Burns Supper celebration includes a traditional Scottish dish called Haggis, Scotch whisky and the recitation of Robert Burns’s poetry.
Celebrate the life of the Scottish bard with our wide range of Burns Night whisky miniatures including Robert Burns whisky. Whether you’re throwing a party at home or creating a Robert Burns single malt whisky miniatures set for gifting purposes, you’ll find everything you’re looking for in our Burns Night miniatures collection.