Atholl Brose is a traditional Scottish drink dating back to the 15th century – it’s like a traditional Scottish version of Baileys. Watch the Hebridean Baker video for some of the history behind this delicious drink.
The Atholl Brose should keep for around five days in the fridge, although it’s unlikely to last that long.
The Hebridean Baker is Coinneach MacLeod from the Isle of Lewis, who describes himself as the ‘Beardy Baking Viking from the Outer Hebrides’.
Coinneach loves sharing his passion for everything Scottish – and particularly Hebridean – on TikTok where he already has more than 10 million video views and over 130,000 followers. As well as great recipes, you’ll enjoy Gaelic lessons, Gaelic music, and fun and adventures around the Scottish islands with Coinneach, Peter and their West Highland Terrier, Seoras.
When Coinneach isn't in the kitchen, he is often found performing either as part of the traditional Gaelic folk group Gillean Challainn or as part of Alba who performed for Scotland at the Eurovision Choir Song Contest in Sweden in 2019.
You’ll find lots more recipes on the Hebridean Baker website