Visitors to the third Breadalbane Expo were treated to a delicious range of products in celebration of Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink.
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre in Comrie hosted the event, which drew exhibitors from Crieff to Killin, Aberfeldy to Auchterarder and beyond to showcase their wares.
Amanda Clark of Bridge of Lochay Hotel who co-ordinated the Expo for Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative, was delighted by how it went:
"There was a real buzz with a steady stream of visitors enjoying the many tastings provided. These included fresh coffee from Hansen's Kitchen, pancakes made by Kenmore Bakery, a finger buffet from Catering by Carlotta, wine from Forth Wines and desserts from Wilde Thyme.
"Murray Lauchlan of Comrie Butchers launched the Breadalbane burger, which proved very popular with its subtle flavouring of wild mushrooms. And other food businesses will be adding a Breadalbane speciality to their menus over the coming months.
"We also had a several attraction, activity and accommodation providers to complement the food and drink offerings, ranging from Innerpeffray Library to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park."
Ken Chew, the Chairman of Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative, added:
"The Expo succeeded in bringing together businesses to encourage them to use each others services and source more produce from their own region. It also demonstrated to the general public that there are excellent food and drink and tourism businesses on their doorstep.
"Anyone who would like to savour more of what the area has to offer should enter the beguiling Breadalbane competition we are running a for a lucky couple to enjoy a luxury weekend in Aberfeldy.
"Expo exhibitors are among those contributing to the prize. Errichel House is providing accommodation and dinner in their restaurant, Charlotte Flower Chocolates is giving a Chocolate Workshop and Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery is presenting the winners with a bottle of Aberfeldy Malt and a distillery tour."
To enter visit the beguiling Breadalbane competition page.
Below are some photos from the event, shot by Felicity Martin of Catkin Press, a member of Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative. Click on any thumbnail to view it larger or see a slideshow.