Posted Wednesday, July 17 2013 by Deans Shortbread Categories: Blog
We know that entertaining the kids during the summer holidays can sometimes be a recipe for disaster, but if you want to butter them up and keep them sweet for the next few months, then why not drop in and visit Dean’s?

You will get the chance to find out about the history of shortbread, Scotland’s national biscuit, in our Visitor Centre, as well as learn how Dean’s has grown from local fund-raising activity to a global shortbread brand.

You can also spend time in our viewing gallery where you can watch our staff at work in the purpose-built bakery and see how Dean’s ‘melt in the mouth’ shortbread is made. You never know, you might even bump into our brand-new Dean’s mascot, Shortie!

If you need your brain recharged after consuming all that history and information, you can take the opportunity to relax and enjoy some home cooking in our light and airy Café and Bistro. Whether you want a snack, home bake or hot meal, we have a delicious menu to tempt you.
Not only that, we also have a baby food and bottle heating facility in our Café and Bistro, as well as free WiFi, so you can catch up with your friends and family while you relax.

Finally, before you leave us, you should definitely round off your visit in the gift shop, which stocks the full range of Dean’s products and a variety of other premium gifts, souvenirs and mementos.

So, if we have given you some food for thought and you would like to come and visit Dean’s during the summer, we would love to welcome you.

We’re open seven days a week (factory production weekdays only) and are situated approximately 40 miles north of Aberdeen on the Scotch Whisky Trail.

Remember, if you get lost… just follow your nose.

2 Responses to “Enjoy a Short but Sweet Summer with Dean’s”

  1. On your ‘Visit us’ page the ‘Bistro menu’ link directs here but … no menu! We’ll visit later today anyhow but nice if we could have found out what you have to eat.

    • Siobhan

      Apologies Roger for the late reply, as well as the incorrect link – this has been corrected. Thanks for getting in touch


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