Inside a Scottish Grocery Store


As you know, when we go to a new country, we love to visit a grocery store. We had a ball inside this Parisian grocery store. And so, the tradition continues in Edinburgh. Just look at all the great items we found!

And this is...?

Okay. Obviously, this is a great idea. A milkshake, a pie, AND banoffee, all wrapped up in an  ergodynamic container and presented by a lion who’s attained the rank of Captain. It would have been glorious to be at this product pitch. Also, does the Captain appear to be bound with rope? Small detail. We give this a green light and two paws up.

This is a lot of milk. Scottish cows are very productive. Also, note that the freezers are on rollers. Smart. If there’s a cookie emergency, this milk will be in transit stat.

As far as the eye can see
As far as the eye can see

This was just pleasing packaging.

Beef Bovril
Beef Bovril

We love eggs. We love pickles. Whaaaat IS THIS??? PICKLED EGGS???!!! We’ll stop squealing and hopping about the aisle. Suffice to say, these fit right in with our mongoose diet.

Eggs!
Eggs!

There’s something Andy Warhol-esque about this very simple can of … mushy processed peas. There is nothing more to say.

Mushy AND Processed?!
Mushy AND Processed?!

Miss Kitty? Any connection to Captain Roary? Any interest? Also, should a kitty be running a henhouse? No judgment. Just curious.

Kitty Eggs
Kitty Eggs

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