Scottish Flour and Grain
To deal with continuing high demand, we will take orders until our capacity is reached and will then close it until we have processed all the orders. We will then give advance notice of a reopening time, probably at the beginning of each week. Thank you for bearing with us as we try to respond fairly to the increased demand for our flour.
We are now milling grain grown in 2019 at Balcaskie. We are calling this grain ‘Balcaskie Landrace’ as an indication of our ambitions to create an increasingly diverse population of plants that adapt to the local soils and climate.
This is an evolution of work that has been going on for some years. In 2016, Scotland The Bread got started as a social enterprise by milling flour milled from three varieties of wheat that were common in Scotland in the 19th century – Rouge d’Ecosse, Golden Drop and Hunter’s. Read more about how our heritage wheats were rescued, and the work involved in bringing the flour to life – our Heritage flour.
Order online, or see if we supply a stockist or artisan bakery near you.