Your Guide to the Ultimate Burns Night [Infographic] | Distillery Trail
This Burns Night "How To" infographic is your guide to what to eat, drink, and how to celebrate along with fun facts to break out at your Burns Night party.
Hogmanay Customs. Blending History, Tradition and Fun
Scotlands' Hogmanay customs and traditions go back hundreds of years and are unique. No-one rings in the New Year the way Scots do!
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To a Louse
Happy Burns Day! Do you have a favourite poem by Robert Burns? Here is mine. To a Louse (1786) It reminds of boring moments at church when some distraction would suddenly take me into a stream …
Born in Mauchline, Ayrshire in 1765, Jean Armour was second oldest of the eleven children of stonemason James Armour (died 1798) and Mary Smith Armour. She met Robert Burns on a drying green in Mauchline around 1784 when she chased his dog away from her laundry. According to Armour's testimony in 1827, she met Burns again at a local dance and they subsequently "fell acquainted".